Directed by Firenza Guidi, NoFit State Circus will bring a new version of their hit show to the London’s Southbank centre this winter, from the 23rd November until the the 22nd January 2017. 

Featuring musical direction by David Murray, production design by Saz Moir, lighting by Adam Cobbley, costumes by Rhiannon Matthews and rigging design by Lyndall Merry, BIANCO will return bigger and better than before, for the first time since it appeared at the Roundhouse three years ago.

Bringing their silver spaceship Big Top to the Southbank Centre’s Hungerford Car Park this winter NoFit State’s production is an experience unlike any other. Featuring innovative rigging and counter-weighting techniques, BIANCO takes place above, behind and all around the audience for a completely awe-inspiring experience.

The show breaks through the barriers between the audience and artist, mesmerising crowds with powerful performances.

Tom Rack, Artistic Director, NoFit State said, “We are thrilled to be bringing BIANCO back to London, and to Southbank Centre for their Winter Festival supported by NatWest. This is the first time the show has performed in England in 3 years, and it’s going to be great to spend this winter closer to home”. 

BIANCO will be performed by some of the most talented circus performers with a wide range of skills including: Lyndall Merry (Head Rigger/Performer), Joachim Aussibal, Junior Barbosa, François Bouvier, Edd Casey, Delia Ceruti, Augusts Dakteris, Jani Foldi, Enni Lymi, Felipe Nardiello, Jessica O’Connor, Danilo Pacheco, Blaze Tarsha, Lee Tinnion, Cecilia Zucchetti, and musicians Matt Collins, Doug Kemp,Annette Loose, and Andy Moore.

BIANCO will be performed by NoFit State Circus at the Southbank Centre’s Hungerford Car Park from the 23rd November until the 22nd January 2017. For more information and to book tickets visit: http://www.nofitstate.org/bianco

 

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