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The Flying Dutchmen
Veterans of the street performing circuit, The Flying Dutchmen have performed at hundreds of festivals around the world. In 2018 they will celebrate their 30 year anniversary!
Picnic is a 20 minutes outdoor physical theatre work by Etta Ermini Dance Theatre. The performance features a young couple whose lush…
Set at a transformable bar and deftly blurring the boundaries between watching and socialising, Bar Story is a new outdoor work created…
Top-notch circus street theatre delivered by a charming and funny Irishman with incredible skills
In 2016 in Freiburg Kulturboerse! TXATARRA is a circus and street theatre show for all ages which uses comedy, theatre, object manipulation…
Malas Compañías is a circus . street theater group settled in Bilbao. Their main challenge is the balance between theatre and circus techniques, paying a special attention to the stage directions.
Deep within a dense and overpopulated city centre, four characters find refuge in a long-forgotten backstreet named Cape Alley. Each night the…
Step Ball Change
A classic street show from a female perspective and inspired by the lack of solo street shows by women, Step Ball Change…
A house is not a home
A House Is Not A Home is an adaptation of “Interior”, by Maurice Maeterlinck, designed to be played on a non-theatrical space….
We want that the audience experience be emotional, not just intelectual. The theatre that the company suggest goes beyond the pure narrativity.
The Kingfisher and the Damselfly
The Kingfisher and the Damselfly is an interactive, participatory project for everyone, featuring disabled and non-disabled dancers comprising an aerial dance performance,…
Join the biggest cardboard rhino stampede in the world, where an interactive mask mass movement spectacle creates a brave new world where…
A Few Feet Up
A Few Feet Up presents the theory that a slight physical change of perspective can encourage a conceptual one. The audience sees…
Same Difference Arts
Combining street theatre skill with contemporary art practice to provide fun, interactive performances which engage audiences of all ages.
Two human beings. Two separate universes. Building each other simultaneously. They draw together the coordinates to find their very own universe, to…
This physical, comical, absurd and unreal circus we build exists in a poetical world that tells us about human stupidity, that one that keeps us moving forward and helps us building ourselves.