The hottest British circus company right now fly into the Roundhouse with a brand new show.
Barely Methodical Troupe blasted onto the UK circus scene in 2014 with their debut show Bromance, winning awards and selling out shows nationally and internationally making them Britain’s hottest young acrobats.
This brand new production and world premiere combines exceptional acrobatic skills with contemporary dance, parkour, b-boying and tricking. The company use falling and catching, trust and balance, tumbling and flying as ways of exploring the human condition.
Press quotes on Bromance :
Astonishing circus skills★★★★
Frisky and risky, pointed yet playful ★★★★
A touching, thoughtful show about being male★★★★
Produced by DREAM supported by the National Centre for Circus Arts and the Lawrence Batley Theatre. Developed in association with the Roundhouse. Supported by Arts Council England.
Pop: A New Circus Concept
From the makers of Some Like it Hip Hop, A Harlem Dream and Kylie’s Showgirl Tour comes a ground-breaking new collaboration fusing music, narrative, circus, and fashion.
Premiering in 2017, catch a sneak preview of a theatrical and highly physical exploration of contemporary British pop culture.
Co-produced and commissioned by National Centre for Circus Arts. Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse. Supported by Arts Council England
Pop photograph: William Baker
Seeing the show on either 21 or 23 April? Don’t miss the following post-show DJs:
21 April, Nikita Chauhan – Circle Bar
23 April, Nicole Logan – MADE Bar & Kitchen
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*Fees are £1.95 per transaction.
Running Time: Approx. 1hr 40 (with interval)
subject to change without notice
Latecomers will be admitted at a suitable break in the performance
Recommended for ages 8+
10% discount available for groups of 10 or more people. Call 0300 6789 222 for details
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Cast & Creative
Barely Methodical Troupe: Kin
Devised by Ben Duke and the Company
Director: Ben Duke
Performers: Jonathan Bendsten, Jean Brousse, Beren D’Amico, Louis Gift, Nikki Rummer and Charlie Wheeller.
Producer: Di Robson
Assistant Director: Ella Robson Guilfoyle
Lighting Designer: Jackie Shemesh
Costume Designer: Clio Alphas
Popcorn Storm: Pop
Direction: Suba Das
Movement & Choreography: Ivan Blackstock
Music: DJ Walde
Circus Consultant: Sammy Dinneen
Style Direction & Creative Consultant: William Baker