‘Circa Tsuica has invented the circus brass band, mastering acrobatics and musical rhythm they turn art into a weapon of mass construction.’

Lemon Mag


‘A gem of humour and friendliness.’

Ouest France


Circa Tsuica: Opus 7

Venue:
Déda Theatre
Category:
Date:
04 Mar 2016 - 05 Mar 2016
Time:
Friday: 7.30pm ; Saturday: 2.30pm
Price:
£12 (£10 concession)
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Circa Tsuica presents Opus 7

Presented by Crying Out Loud on behalf of Circus Evolution

Welcome to the mischievous and playful world of Circa Tsuica. A company of cracking musicians and daredevil acrobats, they serve a cocktail of funky brass beats and awe-inspiring physical feats.

As the performers play a joyous blend of ripping rhythms they show off their outrageous circus skills without dropping a note – or each other!

Through a potent blend of risk-taking acrobatics and foot-stomping live music, Circa Tsuica create a vibrant spectacle.

Looking for a rip-roaring good time? Join them as they shake the party in this fun and uproarious show.

Circa Tsuica is the creation of Cheptel Aleïkoum, a collective of unique French entertainers who tour the world performing their feel-good shows. This is the Company’s first visit to the UK.

Join us for a FREE post-show talk after Friday's show!

Circa Tsuica have been working with local Youth Band Saxophonix from the Hot House Music School. They will be playing live as part of the performance.

The Saxophonix are one of the most engaging ensembles that has a rich tradition of interacting with audiences and other ensembles. Under the tutelage of their musical director, Jon Eno, they have played a significant part in developing the youth saxophone scene across the UK whilst supporting new commissions from composers such as Mark White and Joshua Bishop. Jon is keen to encourage all young musicians to engage with the wider arts community and is particularly excited about working with Déda and Crying Out Loud! 

Opus 7 has been created for audiences of all ages. It is great for groups, parties and extended family. However, it is recommended for children aged 5 years and over because it is noisy.