Review: Closer by Circa, at Udderbelly Festival

Forget clowns and elephants – this Brisbane quintet heaves the circus into the 21st century with their bold blend of acrobatics and aerial spectacle

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Harder, bigger, faster, stronger; Opus by Circa at the Barbican

One of the best contemporary circus companies in the world, has joined forces with one of the finest string quartets to bring you their biggest and most ambitious production yet. ‘Opus’ by Circa and Debussy String Quartet is playing at the Barbican in London from 18 February.

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Breathtaking is an understatement; Knee Deep by Casus

REVIEW | Four circus performers test the limits of human strength and fragility in Knee Deep, the debut for Australian contemporary company Casus currently playing at the Riverside Studios in Hammersmith.

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Aerial acrobatics with Airealism’s The Bleeding Hearts Circus

REVIEW | The intimate Hoxton Hall provides a unique setting for Airealism’s The Bleeding Hearts Circus.

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Run away with the circus | The Bleeding Hearts Circus at Hoxton Hall

INTERVIEW | Ever dreamt of running away with the circus? Australian circus artist Emelia Holdaway has made this dream a reality for the stars of circus art group Airealism in their latest show, The Bleeding Hearts Circus, showing at Hoxton Hall.

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NEW COLUMN | Ask Alley about …. extreme touristing

ASK ALLEY | We all love Big Ben and the Tower of London but after a while it loses its interest, and going to the same old pubs with your mates on weekends gets a bit dull. Our new columnist shows us four ways to impress your visiting friends with something a little off the beaten tourist track.

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