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REVIEW: Traces at the Peacock Theatre

As a genre, circus is something you can get very, very right, or just as easily get very, very wrong. A strong start is up for grabs in featuring impressive acrobatics, so long as it's well rehearsed and not too diluted (full marks so far),...

REVIEW: Scotch and Soda at London Wonderground

The summer has started, which can only mean one thing: festival time on the south bank, and more specifically, circus time at London Wonderground. Headlining the Spiegeltent with Scotch and Soda are Company 2, the team behind last year’s hit Limbo, returning to the capital...

REVIEW: Beta Testing at the Udderbelly Festival

Geek is chic. Professor Brian Cox has made physics accessible and desirable, and through Apple, technology has been transformed from a playground for nerds into being genuinely sexy. By altering the way the public interact with “geeky” ideas, both have broadened the appeal of their...

LOOK AHEAD: Traces at the Peacock Theatre

Sadler's Wells have announced a run of the award-winning show Traces at the Peacock Theatre this summer, from contemporary circus company, The 7 Fingers. Combining traditional acrobatic forms with street elements, theatre and contemporary dance, the story of Traces takes place in a make-shift shelter,...

NEWS: Udderbelly 2015 Circus Season Announced

It has been announced that this spring - summer, Udderbelly Festival’s circus season is back, continuing to support cutting-edge circus companies. Between April and July 2015, there will be three spectacular headline shows – A Simple Space, Circus Geeks: Beta Testing, and Bromance - which...