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Barely Methodical Troupe
KIN

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Thick & Tight
SHORT & SWEET
26 - 29 Jan
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Cie 111 – Aurélien Bory/Shantala Shivalingappa
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26 - 29 Jan

The Peacock

Wed 26 - Sat 29 Jan
Wed - Fri 7.30pm, Sat 5pm

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Runs: 60 mins/no interval
Age Guidance: No under 5s
£18 - £45 + booking fees. No fee for in person at the box office
Tel: 020 7863 8222
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Audio-described performance:
Thu 27 Jan
BSL interpreted performance:
Fri 28 Jan
After-show discussion:
Fri 28 Jan (BSL interpreted)
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Britain’s hottest circus company celebrates group dynamics and camaraderie in this five-star hit.

Six sensational acrobats deploy superb physical prowess as tumbling, flying and catching become challenges and opportunities in their individual bids for recognition.

KIN premiered in 2016 to rave reviews and standing ovations. Don’t miss the chance to see this thrilling show in a revived production dripping with deadpan humour, disarming emotion and jaw-dropping acrobatics. Barely Methodical Troupe is at the forefront of a new kind of physical performance, creating highly entertaining productions that mix the show-stopping acrobatics of circus with the emotional punch of theatre.

The director is distinguished choreographer Ben Duke, Olivier Award nominee, and co-founder/director of Lost Dog.
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"A beautiful, sad, funny complicated thing…”

The Stage

“Mortifyingly funny new wave British circus”

The Guardian

“Breath-taking athleticism”

Evening Standard
 


Barely Methodical Troupe

barelymethodicaltroupe.com


Cast
Jean-Daniel Broussé
Luke Chadwick-Jones
Louis Gift
Ronan Jenkinson
Nikki Rummer
Fiona Thornhill

Director: Ben Duke
Associate Director: Ella Robson Guilfoyle
Lighting Design: Jackie Shemesh
Costume Design: Clio Alphas
Producer: Di Robson
Photography: Tristram Kenton & David Levine

Produced by DREAM
Funded by Arts Council England. With support from the Roundhouse, Lawrence Batley Huddersfield and National Centre for Circus Arts.