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Cabaret & Circus

Orpheus - review

Little Bulb is the cause of big joy. The larky, lyrical company, most of whom graduated from the University of Kent only five years ago, have taken over BAC with their cabaret. They've turned the theatre into a version of 1930s Paris; there is onion soup

No Fit State Circus, at the Roundhouse, review

The punkification of circus in the mid-Eighties made a bracing change from the top hats and red noses of the big top, but the grunge styling has itself become a cliché.

Backgammon for Beginners - Roundhouse

Award-winning company So & So Circus bring you an un-missable show that is funny, entertaining, yet touching featuring acrobatics like never seen before. 1976, a bemused Iranian man arrives in London on a military jet. He holds nothing but a suitcase,

Bianco - review

Ariele Ebacher trips along the tightwire in a red sundress and dark glasses, showing an insouciant disregard for the drop beneath. Soon she is discarding the hat and blonde wig, in a strip that is less of a tease, more of a statement about the need to rel

Bianco, Roundhouse, London

If you are going to make your audience mill around for a couple of hours at a promenade circus, there'd better be something to keep them on the edge of their seats, and occasionally in NoFit State's Bianco there is.

The Bleeding Hearts Circus - Hoxton Hall

Fresh from the success of their previous sold-out performances at Hoxton Hall, circus company Airealism will be taking audiences on an exciting aerial adventure when they return for a four date run on May 30, May 31 and June 1, 2013 with Bleeding Hearts C

No Fit State: Bianco - Roundhouse

BIANCO is an immersive promenade experience that takes place above, behind and all around a standing audience. With a constantly evolving narrative set to a pounding soundtrack performed by a live band, this is the kind of all-consuming theatrical experie