Commissioned by Resorts World Birmingham, a wonderful collaboration of flash-mob circus and live music from Aston Performing Arts Academy, celebrating the sweet side of spring. Alongside performances, workshops were offered for audiences to engage with after the show.
This piece was created as part of a residency with NoFit State Circus exploring the impact of mental health, objectification of women and circus through performance.
A seasonal circus celebration in Bullring & Grand Central, magical characters promenade through the candy cane lanes to inspire a spirit of giving and thanks, while shoppers stood in awe overlooking the inspired spectacle.
After further developing the concept, we took this show on the road with an immersive outdoor experience exploring displaced characters that used audience members to help them find their identity. Using colours and circus as metaphors, the show brought people together in visually stunning performance and individual empowerment.
A partnership between CircusMASH, ArtsNK and Doddington Hall & Gardens, we created a site specific performance for the Summer of Imagination, using pre-selected community artists, bringing to life a dream world in the forest of fantasy and fear.
A private commission at ICC in Birmingham, this white hot performance was used to weave together a corporate clients Christmas do, sparking awe inspiring performance in all directions.
Commissioned by corporate partners, Halfords, this big top spectacle immersed guests in a 360 degree performance, which engulfed in a storm from all directions.
This outdoor production toured various locations in the summer, creating a vibrant and noisy display of circus performance, with interactive games and challenges encouraging audiences to participate and become part of the show.
A celebration of Bullring & Grand Central’s 1st Birthday, this outburst of circus flashmob paraded through the shops and station, with unsuspecting shoppers treated to mannequins coming to life through circus and offering out free birthday gifts.
This creative project explored dance, aerial circus, mental health and paint to transcend a visceral experience into a tangible and evocative performance, redefining how we perceive mental health.
This piece was commissioned by the University of Birmingham for the BUAFTAs . Set in a world of ice and ash, we delve deep into the cracks of the earth on an Icelandic night, exploring the eruption of creatures that stir in a frosty wonderland.
Our first immersive outdoor show in the UK, funded by Arts Council England, this piece explored fantasy characters in turbulent situations inspired by British weather. It integrated performance with circus workshops for an immersive experience for public audiences.