If you’re ready to swing back into summer entertainment with some circus shows, then Lost in Translation’s latest London tour may just be of interest.
Lost in Translation are one of the UK’s leading contemporary circus companies and to celebrate their 10th anniversary they’ll be taking their shows to London. This spellbinding circus company have delighted audiences across the world, from Australia to the Edinburgh Fringe.
As leaders in the field of story-led circus productions, Lost in Translation’s summer tour will feature full-length productions with some amazing acrobatic skills on display. And high-kicking off this tour, they will bring Above to Wandsworth Arts Fringe this June.
Above is a work-in-progress, but it’s nonetheless an enchanting circus fable. Inspired by Italo Calvino’s novel The Baron in the Trees, Above tells the story of a rebellious spirit who leaps from the ground to take up life amongst the treetops. This new show is designed to delight audiences of all ages, so no matter how old you are, it’s worth a watch. You can expect high-flying aerial stunts, amazing acrobatics and hilarious knockabout slapstick juggling in this comical show.
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It will be presented alongside Cabaret Unlocked, curated by Katharine Arnold (Olympics Opening Ceremony 2012, aerialist and choreographer). This new show promises an exclusive night of high thrills and high spills circus. And will feature death-defying aerial stunts, stunning acrobatics, jugglers and hand balancers.
Then, from July, you can check into the much-loved Hotel Paradiso at the Rose Theatre, Kingston and the Underbelly Festival in Cavendish Square. This laugh-out-loud circus caper is a hilarious and boisterous show for adults and children alike. You will be treated to amazing aerial stunts, floor acrobatics and juggling, alongside clowning and a soundtrack by renowned composer Peter Reynolds.
Hotel Paradiso epitomises what Lost in Translation do best, showcasing the daring and virtuosic skills and tricks of this multi-national and multi-talented cast of performers. This production will include Company Director and Performer, Massimiliano Rossetti and core artist Roisin Morris; the Guinness World Record holders for most catches on the Korean Cradle – a discipline rarely seen on UK stages. For this summer only, Hotel Paradiso will also feature a special guest performance from award-winning circus and cabaret artist Abigail Collins (La Clique, West End).
There’s lots more in store for Lost in Translation’s 10th anniversary too! So, check out their full tour on their website which as they head out of the capital Norwich and return to London for an exciting Christmas show at the wonderful Jackson’s Lane.
For more quirky circus shows, take a look here!
When: From 25th June 2021
Where: Wandsworth, Kingston, Marylebone and Highgate in London
£: Ticket prices vary, depending on the venue
More info: www.lostintranslationcircus.com