Fresh from their incredible opening performances at the Roundhouse, one of the UK’s hottest circus companies head to Brighton with their electrifying new show KIN.
Barely Methodical Troupe’s hit debut Bromance won awards and critical praise for its use of stripped-back, bare-stage athleticism to tell engaging stories about male relationships. Now, KIN explores group dynamics and how it feels to jostle for attention, camaraderie and affection through catching, flying and tumbling.
KIN premiered with a sold-out run at Roundhouse’s Circusfest 2016 to rave reviews and standing ovations. Don’t miss your chance to see this thrilling show, dripping with deadpan humour, disarming emotion and jaw-dropping acrobatics.
Read our interview with director Ben Duke, who gives a taste of what to expect.
‘Breathtaking athleticism’ Evening Standard ★★★★
‘Circus at its most exciting… visually arresting and emotionally vast’ The Stage ★★★★★
Wed 19 Apr, 7.30pm is a captioned performance. Captioning converts the spoken word into text that provides people with hearing loss access to live performance. In captioning, the words appear on a screen at the same time as they are sung or spoken. Captions also include sound effects and offstage noises. For more information visit stagetext.org.
Highly Visual performance
This is a highly visual performance with few or no words, meaning that can be enjoyed by deaf audiences.