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The acclaimed veteran Egyptian musicians El Tanbura are custodians of some of Egypt’s oldest folk songs.
Musician/composer LIZ LIEW’s music blends rhythms and melodies inspired by her Chinese roots on Chinese instruments with electric violins and electronics.
Kawa Circus tells about a story of an itinerant troupe of artists from a circus of Rajasthan (India) in rhythms and music.
17 Hippies, Berlin’s glorious answer to Taraf de Haidouks Let’s get things straight from the start – there are 13 of them…
BeingFrank Physical Theatre
Being Frank Physical Theatre aims to excite audiences of all ages through collaborative performances that exudes an exciting raw physicality.
iota Little Giants
iota Little Giants make walkabout and try-on characters and bighead masks. We also perform the characters for parades, walkabout performances, parties, festivals etc.
Fuse offers a comic tour around a city or festival site that invites the audience to ignore the obvious tourist attractions and to celebrate instead an unofficial view.
The Wrong Size
The Wrong Size use stilts and aerial skills as a starting point to create stunning visual spectaculars, indoor theatre pieces and character based walkabout acts.
\”They are really crazy, these Austrians, this is sure. But they are it in a very exciting, smart and buffoon way…\” Südkurier
Leo the Mime
A Brazilian street mime artist based in Manchester whose show interacts with the audience.
Oliver Cumming is the designer/Builder of the Bicycle Piano. He is also the main performer known as ‘Rimski’
FireNix provides Comedy Cabaret and Street Theatre Shows, Fire Performance, Compering, Circus Workshops and more
Diverse shows created for outdoors. From, high skill, speed painting, to deadpan silent comedy. Solo and in collaboration
DÉTOURNOYMENT experiments the unusual, commits(hires) the public for a misappropriation(diversion) to multiple choices.
ARTE LATINO CULTURAL PROJECT
Latin America is the land of carnivals; Colombia?s Carnival of Black and Whites was recognised by UNESCO in 2009 as a “Masterpiece…