Posted on July 27, 2011 by Alison Fraser
This August, we’re pleased to invite inspirational company Fevered Sleep and one of their most interesting projects, Stilled, to Southbank Centre for three days of marathon performances.
Stilled is a photographic performance and is performed for between 3 and 12 hours. It weaves together dance, light, music and pinhole photography to make a meditative cross-artform event exploring perception, movement and stillness. Got your attention? Here’s a sneak peak of the work ahead of their performances. Feel free to come along to drop in on the action – admission is free and you’re free to come and go throughout the duration of the piece!
Drop in to see Stilled at Southbank Centre on 18 – 20 August. Admission is free. More info here.
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Posted on July 19, 2011 by Alison Fraser
There are only a few short weeks until our enchanting summer show, Le Cirque Invisible opens at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. Blending magic, acrobatics and beautiful costumed transformations, this show has to be seen to be believed. Here’s a short video to whet your appetite!
Catch Le Cirque Invisible at Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall from 2 – 21 August 2011. Get tickets here.
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Posted on July 7, 2011 by Alison Fraser
Le Cirque Invisible – our beautifully enchanting summer show from French stars Victoria Chaplin (daughter of Charlie) and her husband Jean-Baptiste Thiérrée – comes to the Queen Elizabeth Hall in August for three weeks only.
We have a special early bird ticket deal with 20% off all full price tickets, but be quick as the offer ends on Friday 8 July at midnight!
Catch Le Cirque Invisible at Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall from 2 – 21 August. Get tickets here.
Filed under: Circus, Performance | Tagged: Jean-Baptiste Thierree, Le Cirque Invisible, Queen Elizabeth Hall, southbank centre, summer show, Victoria Chaplin | 1 Comment »