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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.
Inspired by Charlie Chaplin’s 1928 film ‘The Circus’, THE STRONGMAN tells a story of intrigue and jealousy, with a big helping of…
The Last Illusion
This summer we will be developing ideas for a new outdoor show for 2016. It will be called The Last Illusion and…
Fani Benages Arts Escèniques
Fani Benages’ agency, based in Barcelona, focuses on representing contemporary dance, physical theatre and street theatre productions. Our aim is to boost unique talents nationally and internationally.
A Troll has been sighted and the chefs have been summoned. Hungry trolls are trouble, especially if you have pets, so in…
TUKI – We Are From the HOOD
A revamped appropriation of sounds, images and dance styles. Sometimes the product that emerges from it proves to be magical, and the…
Lullaby is the first show for Cão à Chuva and works between physical theatre, clown, improvisation and new circus looking to new…
Cão à Chuva
Cão à Chuva is a new Portuguese street artistic project, created in 2015, with the main aim to use the public space as the “real space” and transform it with interactive performances. The project was founded by Rui Paixão (performer) and Carlos Reis (musician) due an opportunity to creative residency provided by Imaginarius – International Street Theatre Festival.
Most of all, youve got to hide it from the chicks
Have you ever turned to see the audience’s face while you were watching a play? Most of all you’ve got to hide…
Carla Rovira Pitarch
BFA in Acting by the Institut del Teatre and Degree in Social Working by Universitat de Girona.
Musical Ruth the singing nun and the amazing magical mobile piano is one of the top street acts in the country. Bless You!
Bat Yam International Festival for Street Theatre and Art
Bat Yam is an annual Festival for street theatre and art, that takes place in August on the Bat Yam beach front, and is considered to be one of the most important Festivals in Israel.
DuoSu are an acrobatic pair who create unique performances, integrating theatre and rope in to their acrobatics.