Circus Circus Circus is a festival of new diverse work, featuring live arts, performers, musicians, theatre and dance taking place in venues across London.
The festival’s finale sees circus performance created with festival partner Victoria Amedume of Upswing Aerial Circus. This night of new work, hosted by stand up comedian Athena Kugblenu, utilises Hoxton Hall’s atmospheric space to provide an evening of circus beyond the norm. Expect roller skates, Chinese pole work and feats via aerial silks woven into stories of birth, race and gender.
Out Of Order: Once Standing – extract of the whole show
The world has come to an end. Civilization as we know it has ceased to exist. The last two people left on Earth turn to imagination and resilience to start from scratch. Aerial circus, physical theatre and dance combine in this daring post-apocalyptic tale.
Joana Dias: 89 – scratch performance
Portuguese artist Joana Dias explores identity, heritage and the impact of trauma on memory in this autobiographical theatre-circus piece.
Sadiq & Hauk: The Chosen Haram – extract of the whole show
Alcohol. Premarital Sex. Tattoos. Gambling and more. The Chosen Haram is Sadiq and Hauk’s exhilarating exploration of a gay man’s narrative.
Amelia Cavallo AKA King Tito Bone: A Day in the life of a blind drag king – scratch performance
Tito Bone (pronouns they/them) is your average, blind, bisexual drag king. Tito is here to give you their unique perspective on life, love and drag. Featuring aerial silks and integrated audio description throughout.
Symoné: UTOPIAN (terms and conditions apply) – extract of the whole show
Queer multidisciplinary circus artist Symoné, explores her personal experience living inside a cult through a multitude of circus skills with influences of American rave culture and ballroom dancing (Voguing).
Age recommendation: 16+
Trigger warnings: Across the evening the audience will experience references to drug abuse, death and sexual references. Some performances include semi-nudity and the audience may be exposed to food substances and strobe lights.
Doors open: 7.00pm
Show start: 7.30pm
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