We have been making shows since 2013.
We make indoor and outdoor work, which primarily tours across the UK.
We seek to explore circus, finding and sharing new ideas.
We are produced by The Production Shed.
We also run a popular blog.
Heathen is an abstract and fictitious religious ceremony, created by a juggling atheist. A solo piece which seeks to explore where jugging might fit in a rural folk tradition; Heathen imagines what a juggling piece would feel like, were it steeped in ritual and religion.
Immersive Juggling (working title) is at the very start of the creative process. Coffees have been consumed and notebooks written on. We have spent 3 days researching in a studio. More time needed. Next step, find people who are interesting in supporting the project.
Currently in early R&D stage, The Show Must Go On is a performance about when things go wrong in circus. Exploring topics of death, risk and morality via the medium of live circus and verbatim text.