In recent years circus as a pure art form has been through many transformations. We have seen it colliding with other art forms to spectacular effect, the success of which often boils down to an intense process of collaboration between artists from different disciplines with producers and academics in the mix.

Come along to this long table event and hear Jeanne Mordoj, who is performing as part of the festival, in conversation with her collaborator and Samuel Beckett specialist Dr Tom Gould (PHD candidate at Kings College French department) and Richard Mason the Knowledge Exchange Associate from Kings Cultural Institute London. They will talk about their work together and how the collaboration has inspired new practice for them both. Who better to discuss the hot topic of circus and collaboration?


CircusFest 2016

Spectacular circus under a brick Big Top CircusFest 2016 is back with three weeks of the most spectacular and extraordinary international and UK contemporary circus. The festival features major…