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Circus performances in the UK

This comprehensive list details circus performances currently booking throughout the UK. All details are correct at the time of publication but please do check with individual venues to confirm.

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BA Hons Devised Pieces - National Centre for Circus Arts

Venue: National Centre for Circus Arts

Dates: Wednesday 29 March - 7.30pm

Thursday 30 March - 7.30pm

Friday 31 March - 7.30pm

Saturday 1 April - 3pm

Saturday 1 April - 7.30pm

Our BA (Hons) Degree students will perform their individual Devised Pieces at the National Centre for Circus Arts from 29 March - 1 April 2017.

£10 (£5 concessions). Please bring proof of concession status when you collect your ticket.

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Simple Cypher at Resolution 2017 (Triple Bill)

Date: 8pm, Thursday 16 February
Venue: The Place

Acts: Jocelyn Todd/ Simple Cypher/ Fly No Filter

Simple Cypher - Roll up, roll up

Presented by Breakin' Convention

Simple Cypher’s first creation combines disciplines from two different artforms: hip-hop and circus. Cyr wheel and juggling meets musicality, originality and play.

Kieran Warner and Christopher Thomas recently graduated the BA Honors Degree programme at the National Centre for Circus Arts. Both specialising in Cyr Wheel, the two also share a passion for Hip Hop. Style, originality and unity are key fundamentals of Hip Hop culture and have had a profound influence on their development as circus performers.

Having trained, created and performed together in both dance and circus it has been a natural development to begin to combine and evolve their love for the two together and create work. A show that connects art forms focusing on innovation through play.

We would like to say a huge thank you to The National Centre for Circus Arts, Swindon Dance, Breakin’ Convention, The Deutsche Bank Awards for Creative Enterprise, Robert Hylton & Mark Glover.

Price: £15 (£11 concessions)


Mother Africa - Khayelitsha - My Home

Date: 21 Feb – 11 Mar
Venue: Sadler's Wells

Inspired by the rhythm and the energy of the South African township, Khayelitsha - My Home is an acrobatic extravaganza of jaw-dropping feats and gravity-defying tricks with a joyful African flavour. The enormous Mother Africa cast of phenomenal performers, from seven different African nations, celebrate Africa’s traditions in this fun-filled colourful show.

Tickets: £24, £32, £38

Exclusive £15 ticket offer

Best available seats for just £15 for the performance on Wednesday 22 February at 7.30pm

To book call 020 7863 8222 and quote “Circus 15” offer, or book online using the promotion code circus15

Subject to allocation availability. Offer valid for selected dates only. Not available retrospectively or in conjunction with any other offer. £3 transaction fee applies for telephone booking; £1.95 for online bookings; no fee if booking in person.

Offer expires Tue 21 February.


Amaluna – Cirque Du Soleil

Dates: 12 January – 26 February 2017
Venue: Royal Albert Hall

A Mysterious Island Ruled by Goddesses: After directing her daughter's coming of age ceremony, honouring femininity, renewal, rebirth and balance, Queen Prospera causes a storm. A group of young men wash up on the isle, triggering an epic love story between Prospera’s daughter and a brave young suitor. Theirs is a love that will be tested.

Price: From £20


Circomedia - Ten

Date: 28 February 2017
Venue: Jacksons Lane, London

"When we all first started training together many moons ago there were 30 of us but now it is time for the last ten standing to make their mark."

After three years of training together at Circomedia in Bristol, a new group of performers are ready to enter the real world. Now it’s time for the last ten standing to make their mark.

Ten is a combination of acrobatics, aerial, juggling and physical theatre presented with a twist. Join us for an evening of contemporary circus, laughs, and possibly some tears as we celebrate one journey coming to an end – and many more that are only just beginning.

Price: £5 (+ £1.95 booking fee)


Motionhouse - Scattered

Dates and venues:
16 & 17 Feb 2017 7.30pm (Warwick Hall, Warwick)
8 Mar 2017 7.30pm (Connaught Theatre, Worthing)
14 Mar 2017 7.30pm (New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth)
Tue 4 Apr 2017 8.00pm (G Live, Guildford)
Wed 26 – Sat 29 Apr 7.30pm, Sat 29 2.30pm (Peacock Theatre, London)

Scattered has been touring since October 2009 and has taken audiences by storm, with sell out shows and standing ovations in venues all around the world.

Scattered combines Motionhouse’s highly physical trademark style with entrancing digital imagery in an extraordinary interaction between film and live performance.

This astonishing production explores our relationship with water, a fundamental force in our lives. Seven dancers delve into the majesty and savagery of water, plunging into an ocean, tumbling down a waterfall and sliding on an avalanche to a frozen landscape of arctic beauty.

Price: £16-£23


Jose Triguero - Cul De Sac

Date: 8pm, 23 — 24 February
Venue: Jacksons Lane

Date: 7.30, 28 February
Venue: Pavilion Theatre, Worthing

Cul de Sac explores the sometimes gentle, sometimes brutal nature of human relationships. Featuring world-class juggling, dance and acrobatics, performers Gemma Palomar and José Triguero take us through a cycle of love, irritation, pain, euphoria, caresses and carelessness as they journey beyond the stereotypical male-female relationship.

Combining astonishing physicality with evocative imagery and humour, Cul de Sac is at once entertaining, troubling and touching, light and dark.

Circus for grown-ups.
Price: £10.95-£12.95

£5 ticket offer for Pavilion Theatre Worthing when you quote "SOC17"


Cirque Berserk! - UK Tour 2017

Dates and venues:
16-19 February - New Theatre, Wimbledon
20 - 26 February - The Rep, Birmingham
28 February - 5 March - Grand Opera House , Belfast
8 - 12 March - Opera House, Blackpool
14 - 18 March - Derngate, Northampton
22 - 25 March - Lyceum, Sheffield
28 March - 1 April - Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

Showcasing the finest in traditional circus thrills and skills, Cirque Berserk! brings this treasured form of live entertainment bang up-to-date in a jaw-dropping spectacular – created especially for the theatre.

Blending contemporary cirque skills with thrilling stunt action, this astoundingly talented international troupe includes over thirty jugglers, acrobats, aerialists, dancers, drummers, daredevil stuntmen and of course the award-winning clown, Tweedy.

The show also features the world’s most dangerous circus act – the legendary motorcycle ‘Globe of Death’. Don’t miss it!

Price: £12-£28


Jair Ramirez - Sugarman

Date: 23 February 2017
Venue: The Place, London

A jaw-dropping aerial dance that defies the laws of gravity.

Sugarman tells the story of growing up in Colombia and rising above a culture of rubbish and addiction.

Jair Ramirez was described by the BBC as one of the highlights of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016. He has won the Circus Maximus Judges' Prize (London 2015) and has performed alongside famous music producer Naughty Boy at the MOBO awards ceremony (Leeds 2015).

"Jair Ramirez looks mighty fine stretching and contorting his compact and muscular frame on the aerial straps" The Times

Supported by Freedom2fly and National Centre for Circus Arts
Sugarman is presented by Jacksons Lane and will take place externally at The Place, Euston as part of a triple bill with two other companies. The production is part of The Place's Resolution Festival 2017, an annual collection of short, live dance and performance works by emerging artists.

Price: £11-£15


Jacksons Lane - JL Circus Showcase

Date: 25 February 2017
Venue: Jacksons Lane, London

Our flagship JL Circus programme is supported by Children In Need and engages young people aged 8 to 18 from Tottenham and Wood Green in weekly circus and theatre skills-based workshops. Come and enjoy their end-of-year showcase at Jacksons Lane.
Where do books come from? Using the ideas of stories, characters, and their wild imaginations, JL Circus will be taking you on a beautifully bonkers adventure through books! Be amazed as our young circus people weave their stories through acro, hula-hoop, juggling and drama skills in a fun, engaging performance for the whole family.

Tickets are free and can be booked by emailing or through our website.

This project has support from Big Lottery Fund, Haringey Council, Children in Need, Tottenham Grammar School Foundation and Hornsey Parochial Charities.

Price: FREE


Lumo Company - Lola

Date: 25 February 2017
Venue: The Place, London

Two lonely women, loving and hating each other, forgotten by society.
This dark contemporary circus piece is full of absurd moments and draws its inspiration from silent movies.

Lumo Company is a contemporary circus and physical theatre company founded by circus artist Hanna Moisala and actress Heidi Niemi. The company is based in London and its aim is to create innovative and socially engaging art that is physically and visually expressive. Inspiration is drawn from their homeland of Finland, the land of a thousand lakes, where winter is cold and dark but summer is hot and nightless.

Lola is a piece that deals with different forms of loneliness. Two women love and hate each other, but know that they cannot survive alone. From their twisted relationship are born beautiful and dangerous moments through a combination of circus and physical theatre.

Lola is presented by Jacksons Lane and will take place externally at The Place, Euston as part of a triple bill with two other companies. The production is part of The Place's Resolution Festival 2017, an annual collection of short, live dance and performance works by emerging artists.

Price: £11-£15


Cirq On the Seam - Betwixt & Between

Date: 24 February 2017
Venue: Circomedia, Bristol

It has been a long & dangerous journey for June.

She is not from here, and Marthe could help....if she knew how.

Betwixt & Between is the story of two women's struggle to relate across a cultural divide. We witness the development of a very human relationship with all the issues that mis-communication can create.
CirqOn the Seam use physical theatre and aerial acrobatics on a bespoke piece of equipment to tell this story.

There will be a post-show Q and A.

Co-managers and performers: Alice Watson and Océane Sunniva Peillet; Directed by Gwen Hales; Movement director Angela Gasparetto; Music by Ellie Rusbridge; Producer Kate Hartoch; Photographs Michael Brumby

Price: £8-£11


Crying Out Loud presents Circa Tsuica - Opus 7

Date: 26 February – 15 months
Venue: UK tour

Welcome to the mischievous and playful world of Circa Tsuica. A company of cracking musicians and daredevil acrobats, they serve a cocktail of funky brass beats and awe-inspiring physical feats.
As the performers play a joyous blend of ripping rhythms they show off their outrageous circus skills without dropping a note – or each other!
Through a potent blend of risk-taking acrobatics and foot-stomping live music, Circa Tsuica create a vibrant spectacle.
Looking for a rip-roaring good time? Join them as they shake the party in this funny and uproarious show.


Max Calaf - Anyday

26 February - Jacksons Lane, London
10 & 11 March - Circomedia, Bristol

This may be the last day in this place. Max may have been in this place for some time. And today, Max will pull us deeper into the intimate world he shares with his bird on his trampoline.

This world is a tender, heart-breaking world. A world lled with strange sounds, echoes of the past, and perhaps an idea of the future?

Comic, absurd, surreal, Anyday explores the archaeology of loneliness with light, darkness and ultimately joy.

Set to an original score by Matt Huxley, Anyday is a charming tale that transmutes the clangs and boings of unbearable hope to make our spirits soar.

Price: £8 - 11


Hikapee Theatre - Moonfall

Date: 12 March 2017
Venue: Jacksons Lane, London

A work-in-progress family-friendly performance combining aerial circus and physical theatre.

Join a princess like no other as she embarks on the biggest journey of her life – to the Moon!

With two performers and many more characters, this brilliantly comical story-telling performance explores the role of gender stereotypes within children’s theatre.

Suitable for ages 4+

Supported by Jacksons Lane, Circus Futures and Theatre Delicatessen.
Price: £4.95 (+ £1.95 booking fee)


Charlie Bicknell – No Angel Uncensored

Date: 3 March & 4 March, 7:30pm to 9:20pm
Venue: Wilton’s Music Hall

The dark and sassy Charlie Bicknell will be buckling on her wings, swilling down the Jack D and gearing up for some seriously wicked fun as she brings this bittersweet, dark and downright brilliant show No Angel Uncensored to Wilton’s Music Hall.

For two nights only, Europe’s oldest grand music hall will be transformed into a glamorous cabaret club as Charlie and operatic legend Louise Innes entrance, entertain and delight audiences with their hilariously sharp songs, off the wall comedy and random aerial antics. Pianist David Harrod accompanies and featuring the enigmatic Richard Casemore of DuoSu. No Angel Uncensored hits orgasmic highs while delving into a dark underbelly of cabaret performance, sure to set sparks flying and pulses racing.
Prepare to be unprepared for an evening of decadence and devilish delights; anarchy, wit and comic ingenuity entwined with aerial acrobatics and even a jockey….

Prices: £12 - £20

For more information: email Dee McCourt
or Molly Hunt
Tel: 0203 176 2700


Cirque Du Soleil - Varekai

Venues and Dates:
15-19 February 2017 (Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle)
22-26 February 2017 (First Direct Arena, Leeds)
1-5 March 2017 (Genting Arena, Birmingham)
8-12 March 2017 (Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham)
15-19 March (The SSE Hydro, Glasgow)

Information: Deep within a forest atop a volcano, exists an extraordinary world, where anything is possible: Varekai... From the sky falls a solitary young man, and the story begins. On this day at the edge of time, in this place of all possibilities, begins an inspired incantation to life rediscovered

Price: £52.10 - £150.00


Le Lido Centre des Arts du Cirque - Si ça vous dérange pas?

Date: 6 - 7 April
Venue: Jacksons Lane

We hope you don’t mind. Maybe you will, maybe we don’t care. Sorry I mean we do. Well… so how are you? It doesn’t matter. Well everything matters. But not really.

Si ça vous dérange pas? is a show about identity. A collective of acrobats, aerialists and jugglers from eight different countries come together for 60 minutes to explore what brings us together and what pushes us apart. The ensemble have spent the past two years working and training together at Le Lido, a circus school which places the artist at the centre of what concerns them.
Driving for artistic autonomy and authenticity, Le Lido searches for what makes each artist unique.

Price: £10.95- £12.95


Compagnie XY - It’s Not Yet Midnight…

Date: 10 - 23 April
Venue: Roundhouse

Returning to London for the first time since 2010, French Compagnie XY, widely regarded as one of the leading contemporary circus companies in the world, bring their spectacular new show It’s Not Yet Midnight… to the Roundhouse for its UK premiere. With their unique voice and highly advanced skills, XY continue to push boundaries in the creation of poetic and jaw-defying spectacle.

With 20 acrobats onstage, this show is a call to work together, to be watchful and to look out for one another, an antithesis to our individualistic society. It’s Not Yet Midnight… embraces the fleeting, exhilarating moment of euphoria, the state of weightlessness and then the inevitable fall that is part of the daily life of an acrobat.

“Their hand to hand … their takeoffs, their five-storey human towers, the care with which they ensure the landing of their somersaults describes an ideal world where risk-taking, generosity and solidarity rule the roost.”
- Le Figaro

Price: £19.50 - £32.50


Cie Nuua - Taival

Date: 18 April
Venue: Jacksons Lane

Taival blends contemporary dance, circus and visual theatre to paint a bold and blistering portrait of the human body. The multi-disciplined, hyper-talented cast explore themes of control, manipulation, beauty and pain, using light and sound to manipulate the barrier between artist and audience. A physical, versatile, vibrant piece of contemporary circus.

Price: £14.95-£12.95


Les Enfant Terribles and ebp - Alice Underground

15 - 24 April 2017 (previews)
Tuesday 25 April - 10 September 2017 (performances)

Venue: The Vaults in Waterloo

Fall deep into the Vaults, hidden beneath Waterloo station and lose yourself in a land far removed from our own. But this isn’t Alice's adventure, it's yours...

Returning after a sell-out run in 2015, critically acclaimed theatre company, Les Enfant Terribles, in collaboration with ebp, bring their Olivier award nominated Alice’s Adventures Underground back in 2017!

Tumble down the rabbit hole falling fast into Wonderland, wandering through this ‘topsy-turvy world, wide-eyed’ (The Times) with ‘visual and tactile treats embedded everywhere!’ (The Evening Standard). Make a series of choices; Eat or drink? Grow or shrink? Take tea at the biggest un-birthday party with the maddest of Hatters; let the Cheshire Cat take you hither or thither or join the underground movement to rise against the fearsome Queen of Hearts.

Revel in the ‘Wonderland of your imagination recreated before your eyes’ (The Guardian) finding yourself at the centre of the story piecing together the puzzle searching for Alice who has been lost in looking glass.

If you are already a Wonderlander, be prepared for new surprises and if you’re yet to be greeted by the White Rabbit, come and experience ‘real magic and wonder’ (The Stage).

Price: £31.50-£54 (preview) £39-£68.50 (performance)

Premium tickets include a free Tea Party Cocktail (or Mocktail), access to the private Kings Bar with additional and exclusive interactive content and a show programme.


Circomedia - 2017 Youth Circus Showcase

Date: 16-18 March, 7:30pm
Venue: Circomedia, Bristol

Circomedia Youth Circus is proud to present its annual Spring Showcase. This event brings together the students from all 8 of our weekly Youth Circus classes.

With performers from as young as 5, to our oldest students of 18, it is a fantastic opportunity to see what our Youth Circus programme has to offer and what these amazing kids can do.

Circomedia Youth Circus runs weekly classes for children aged 5 - 18 years old. While working with professionally trained circus artists and instructors, students will explore various circus disciplines including acrobatics and tumbling, aerial skills, equilibristics and manipulation.

Price: £5


Joli Vyann – Imbalance

Date: 30th March 2017
Venue: Deda, Derby

Combining exciting acrobatic skills and athletic dance, this energetic, thought-provoking performance explores our obsessive dependence with technology, asking whether our lives are ‘in’ or ‘out’ of balance?

It’s rare nowadays not to ‘log in’ at every opportunity- the breakfast table, nights out with friends, even in bed! How well connected are you? When and how do we separate ourselves from the virtual chaos surrounding us?

The highly skilled Joli Vyann present Imbalance in collaboration with internationally renowned choreographer Jonathan Lunn. Produced by Turtle Key Arts.

Price: £12.00 (£10 concession)


Tweedy - Lost Property

Date: 10 & 11 April
Venue: Jacksons Lane, London

The comedy and slapstick legend and star of Gifford’s Circus, Cirque Berserk and the Cheltenham Everyman pantomime!

A comedy about a clown who gives in to society and gets a real job.

Not knowing who he is anymore, Tweedy gets a job in a Lost Property Office to try and find himself.

In this one-man family show, Tweedy illustrates an impressive repertoire of comedic talents which have made him one of the most respected and popular clowns the country has to offer.

No matter what he does Tweedy gets into a mess, but he can always find a creative way out of it. Tweedy will never get too big for his pants; his pants will always be too big for him.

Suitable for ages 3 to 103.

Please note that latecomers may not be admitted.

Price: £12.95 (+ £1.95 booking fee)


Silver Lining - Foundation

Date: 28 & 29 April 2017
Venue: Jacksons Lane, London

Ask not ‘Can I do that?’ but ‘How can it be done?’

Fresh from their appearance in the London International Mime Festival, our associate artists Silver Lining present their brand new cabaret night inspired by historical women from Anne Frank to Rosa Parks to Madonna.
With the full force of their trademark energy, this all-female cast overcome obstacles and perform amazing feats in a celebration of strength, wisdom and female legacy.

Early Bird: Book by Fri 31 Mar and save 10%

Please note that latecomers may only be admitted at an appropriate point in the show.

Price: £12.95 (+ £1.95 booking fee)


Wired Aerial Theatre – As the World Tipped

Date: Touring in 2017

Written and directed by Nigel Jamieson

This ambitious and extraordinary piece of aerial theatre tells a powerful tale of an ecological crisis.

Combining dramatic film and visuals with breath-taking aerial performance, As The World Tipped confronts one of the most pressing issues for the planet with spectacle, humour, and emotion. At the Secretariat of the Copenhagen Climate Change conference, harassed staff fail to notice the world around them, literally and metaphorically, slides toward disaster.

Availability and bookings: Irene Segura,
+44 (0)161 227 8383


Ellie Dubois - No Show

Venue: Platform Theatre Glasgow
Date: 18 Apr 2017 1:30pm and 7pm

What do you expect when you go to the circus?

The greatest show on earth?

The glitzy smiles, the glitter of sequins, the drum rolls as performers who seem super human effortlessly perform death-defying acts?

No Show joyously and heartbreakingly reveals what lies hidden beneath the showmanship. There will be desperate attempts and heroic failures. There will be glorious achievements and bruised bodies and egos as the performers push themselves to their physical and mental limit. Let us take you behind the flawless smiles and perfect execution of the traditional circus to show the wobbles, the pain, and the real cost of aiming for perfection.

A show for anyone who has tried, failed and failed better.

Price: £8.50 / £5 / £4

Box office: 0141 276 9696
Main Office: 0141 276 9670


Racehorse Company - Around

Date: 12 & 13 April 2017
Venue: Jacksons Lane, London

Arriving with a caravan of hobby horses, two acrobats transform an empty stage into a charming circus ring with the help of a band of musicians.

Making its London debut as part of our Sirkus Finnish showcase, Around is a magical show that combines incredible skill, beautiful artistry and live music. Juggling, sword swallowing, hula hooping, acrobatics, clowning and a guitar-playing monkey will surprise and delight little ones and their families in this captivating spectacle.
Recommended for ages 4+.

Co-produced by Hämeenlinnan Theatre and Woltti Sirkus. Presented by Crying Out Loud. Supported by Arts Council of Uusimaa, Samuel Huber Art Foundation, TOP-Foundation and The Finnish Music Foundation.
Please note that latecomers may not be admitted.

Price: £12.95 (+ £1.95 booking fee)


Open Sky Productions - Scorched

Date: 6 May
Venue: Jacksons Lane

Scorched uses new writing, visual physical theatre, period music and an innovative set to create the workings of a mind sinking into the sands of time.

1941. Egypt. WWII. An escaped German officer. A two-day chase across the brutal Sahara. A triumphant capture. A hero’s return.

1991. England. Jack reigns from the armchair of his rest home, a local legend. Decorated veteran of Tobruk. Former river warden, boxer, horse whisperer, boat builder, charmer, prolific father and husband to a very unhappy wife. Memories are, by his own hand, tattooed on his body but dementia is eroding his mind. As the Gulf War rages, the past drags him back to the scorched sands.

Price: £14.95-£12.95


Ellie Dubois - Ringside

Date: Fri 26 May - Sun 28 May
Venue: The Lowry

Ringside. A woman on a trapeze. The ghost of every glamorous woman you’ve ever seen on a trapeze high up in the big top, performing to the roar of the crowd. But she’s up-close in this intimate one on one aerial performance made for your eyes only. You can hear her breathing, watch every muscle twitch, see the bruises as her body performs revolt not acceptance.

Lots of sweat, no sequins.

Created and Directed by Ellie Dubois; Performed by Francesca Hyde; Lighting design by Chris Hoyle

Price: £8


Stufish - SOHO

Venue: World Premiere at The Peacock Theatre, London
Date: Saturday 6 - Saturday 20 May 2017

Crazy, voyeuristic and fast paced, a thrill ride of circus, street and theatre where glamour and sleaze rub shoulders in this anything goes trip around the streets of SOHO. An upbeat celebration of London’s world famous district, SOHO follows the diverse and colourful characters who inhabit it.

Its iconic soundtrack sets the scene for the many changing faces of SOHO through the decades; from the jazz and burlesque of the 50’s, to the love and peace of the 60’s, from the disco and punk of the 70’s to the 90’s wild rave.

This show was performed in Summer 2016 by the Foundation Degree Ensemble at the National Centre for Circus Arts as part of its development.

To book tickets, call the Box Office Number on 020 7863 8000


Giffords Circus - Any Port in a Storm

Dates and venues 2017:

12 - 15 May - Fennells Farm, Stroud
18 - 22 May - Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe
25 May - 5 June - Daylesford Organic Farm, Kingham
8 - 12 June - Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire
15 - 26 June - Oxford University Parks, Oxford
29 June - 10 July - Chiswick House & Gardens, London
13 - 17 July - Stonor Park, Henley-on-Thames
20 - 31 July - The Fox Inn, Barrington
3 - 7 August - Frampton on Severn, Village Green
10 - 21 August - Minchinhampton Common
24 August - 4 September - Marlborough Common
7 - 18 September - Stratton Meadows, Cirencester
21 - 24 September - Fennells Farm, Stroud

Any Port in a Storm – the 2017 Baroque inspired Giffords Circus show. Another great international team including a Cuban troupe, a Hungarian Csikos rider and a Ukrainian flyer. Household favourite Tweedy returns to run amok alongside our fabulous Giffords Circus band. A roaring tempest of a show.

Show Information:
Giffords Circus proudly presents a family-friendly 90 minute show, suitable for all ages.

Price: £10-£30


Two Destination Language - Declining Solo

Date: 6 — 7 June
Venue: Jacksons Lane

A woman visits her family home and misses the one thing she values most: the father she remembers.

It’s in a place where there’s singing and dancing and eating and drinking and being merry, and of friendships and familial links, as the total core of communities.
It’s in a place where we still have mountains unadorned.
And where the summer smells of sun, and the winter smells of burning coal.

It is about a heyday, the heyday of a man.
It is also about ageing, it is also about fading.

I think if I piece it back together somehow
If the vase has been broken and I put back the pieces, it can get better.

Combining text with choreography, video and specially commissioned music, Declining Solo is the sequel to Two Destination Language’s award-winning Near Gone.

Produced in association with Salisbury Arts Centre, ARC Stockton, The Point Eastleigh and Dance4.

Price: £10.95 - £12.95


Jacksons Lane - Hangwire

Date: 1 July 2017
Venue: Jacksons Lane, London

Jacksons Lane’s annual short-form circus residency programme returns for the third year.

This summer we welcome up to ten artists to share our theatre space to experiment with new work and ideas.

Expect the latest in cutting-edge contemporary circus from new and emerging companies and solo artists in the end-of-week showcase.
Please note that latecomers may not be admitted.

Price: £8 (+£1.95 booking fee)


Wildheart – Wolfmeat

Date: 27 Feb – 1 March
Time: 7.45pm
Venue: Pleasance Theatre, Caledonian Road

A brilliantly ridiculous take on Red Riding Hood, set in Grandma's Croydon drugs den.

Wolf Meat brings absurdist humour & compelling storytelling to an irreverent world of dirty deals & mistaken identity.

Using physical comedy, audience interaction, & live music, Wolf Meat subverts well-known characters & turns morals on their heads in this sexy, raucous, urban thriller.

Directed by the internationally acclaimed Mick Barnfather (Complicite/Told By An Idiot).

Price: £8 (£6 concessions)