Long Shot

Photo: Joe Clarke
Photo: Joe Clarke
 
Photo: Joe Clarke
Photo: Joe Clarke
Photo: Joe Clarke
Long shot (noun): an attempt or undertaking that offers much, but in which there is little chance for success.

In 2015 we previewed our new indoor show Long Shot as part of Currency Festival, an annual festival of experimental European work that blurs the borders between dance, performance art and contemporary circus.

Long Shot is a stripped back circus performance where the audience is in charge. This show pushes the boundaries of how much risk the audience can bear, or be willing to create, by placing the routine and repetition of a highly skilled juggler in the same room as extreme unpredictability.

We’re extremely happy to announce that Long Shot has been chosen by Crying Out Loud to be part of Spotlight UK Circus. We will premiere the full length show in the UK at Bristol Circus City Festival in October 2017.

Long Shot is designed for small scale and rural touring. It has a flexible format, and is suitable for a variety of spaces. The show is 45 minutes, followed by a 30 minute performative ‘making of’ presentation.

This is a Work-in-Progress video.


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