42ft Podcast Episode 4 – Chris Patfield

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Photo by Justyna KarpiŇĄska

This is the forth in a prototype podcast series, 42ft. Recording quality, style and competency varies over the episodes.


Chris doesn’t have much of an internet presence and as such I have to craft his short biog.

Chris Patfield is a juggler, wire walker and apparently Guardian writer. He has toured with NoFit State, Gandini Juggling and is currently set to perform in two shows at this years Edinburgh Fringe, 8 Songs and a fresh duet, Gibbon.

https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/gibbon


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This initial test podcast series was funded by Articulation, an organisation for the support and development of Physical Performance:  Circus, Street Arts and Physical Theatre  in Scotland. 

42ft Podcast Episode 3 – Craig Reid

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This is the third in a prototype podcast series, 42ft. Recording quality, style and competency varies over the episodes.


Craig¬†Reid¬†aka ‚ÄėThe Incredible Hula boy‚Äô is the award winning variety hula-hoop act and the undeniable king of the rings!¬†With a Circus degree in hula-hooping and a background in gymnastics and dance he has taken to stages in cabarets, TV shows nightclubs, variety theatres and private parties all around the world.

http://hulaboy.co.uk


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This initial test podcast series was funded by Articulation, an organisation for the support and development of Physical Performance:  Circus, Street Arts and Physical Theatre  in Scotland. 

42ft Podcast Episode 2 – Amy Panter

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Photo by Matilda Temerly

This is the second in a prototype podcast series, 42ft. Recording quality, style and competency varies over the episodes.


A highly experienced aerialist Amy performs all over the world, performing hoop, silks, rope, harness, trapeze, as a solo and duo artist and also as part of ensemble groups.

http://www.amypanter.com


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This initial test podcast series was funded by Articulation, an organisation for the support and development of Physical Performance:  Circus, Street Arts and Physical Theatre  in Scotland. 

42ft Podcast Episode 1 – Emily Nicholl

Emily Nicholl
Photo by Mark Dawson

This is the first in a prototype podcast series, 42ft. Recording quality, style and competency varies over the episodes.


Emily Nicholl is a Scottish circus and physical theatre artist, with roots in political theatre and the Edinburgh skill-sharing community, NoFitState Circus and Flic Scuola di Circo. After a training in hand to hand she is a flyer, dancer, aerialist, rock climber, with a focus on any partnering work both on the ground and in the air. She currently tours and performs ‘Tipping Point’ with critically acclaimed Ockham’s Razor. Her own projects include teaching when she’s back home and developing ShareEdCircus workshops aiming to diversify and enhance cross art form training for circus in Scotland.

Emily is currently working with critically acclaimed Ockham‚Äôs Razor on ‚ÄėTipping Point‘,¬†currently¬†touring.

https://wembleypickles.wordpress.com


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This initial test podcast series was funded by Articulation, an organisation for the support and development of Physical Performance:  Circus, Street Arts and Physical Theatre  in Scotland. 

 

 

 

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