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Gandini Juggling (Great Britain)

Direction – SEAN GANDINI
Choreography Ludovic Ondiviela
Music by Nimrod Borenstein (extracts of Suspended Opus 69) played by chamber ensemble Camerata Alma Viva
Lighting Designer Guy Hoare
Costumes Maria Grozova
Artistic Assistant Emma Lister

May 29, 30, 31
June 1, 2

Venue: Theatre of Nations (Main Stage)

Duration: 1 h 10 min without intermission

12+

Supported by


“This is a show of elegant, wistful beauty, in which the spatial becomes something you can almost reach out and touch. At times it feels like a game of chess. Like much of Gandini’s work, it has a cool gaze but never a cold heart, while it obsessively and wittily looks for the meaning of life in the mathematical patterns of bodies and sound.”
The Guardian

As the eight performers weave intricate physical patterns via their respective skills, it is hard to tell where juggling ends and dancing begins. ... The piece is clearly intended to challenge our perceptions of the art forms on display. ... This is a clever, cool and wondrous show that gives delight and hurts not.
The Stage



Coproduction between Gandini Juggling, National Centre for Circus Arts, Lighthouse, Poole and La Breche, Pôle national des Arts du Cirque de BasseNormandie / CherbourgOcteville Supported by The Royal Ballet Studio Programme, Arts Council England, Agit Cirk, Shoreditch Town Hall and Jacksons Lane

 

 

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