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August 10-11, 2024
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¥10 Circus

Ending Interval

A fusion of absurd acts and a touch of (probably) serious thoughts

£10, £8 (concessions)

Have you ever questioned why we choose to do THIS instead of THAT? Is hard work a form of self-exploitation or self-realisation?So here is Ending Interval, where we, a group of puzzled but curious minds, explore the existential struggle amidst social shifts. The vicissitudes of life flow drive individuals to adapt to these currents. However, the shape of these currents constantly changes, rendering such 'adaptation' a long-lasting but endless labour. Are we all destined to be Sisyphus? If one individual is too weak to resist conforming to the flow, can group effort succeed? What might life look like if we give up pursuing a so-called successful life? Join us in this playground as we play with the norms of everyday activities and seek answers.

Welcome to our playground. Through experimentation with diverse everyday objects, we invite you to pause and reconsider our repetitive everyday lives.


 

August 10, 7pm

August 11, 2:30pm

Part of the Camden Fringe Festival

About

Bold, messy, but heart-warming. ¥10 Circus is an international collective based in London, comprised of multidisciplinary artists who fuse physical theatre, scenography, media, fine art and more to create socially-conscious works that traverse artistic borders. They aim to build up a 'grown-up' playground inviting the audience to rediscover shared humanity.

 

Produced by Yingnan Chu

Directed by Shiqi Cao

Dramaturgy by Xiaoyao Zhang

Lighting design by Rui Gao

Costume design by Shumai Zhang

Visual design by Peijia Luo

Sound & Music design by Jovienne Jin

Acting Coaching by Cheng-Wei Chiu

 

Performers: Peijia Luo, Yumeng Zhang, Xiaoyao Zhang, Hengquan Zhang, Sijia Yu.

 

This production has received warm support from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

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Access information

We are delighted to welcome you to our venue.

 

We are fully wheelchair accessible. For more information about accessing 26 Crowndale, please visit our dedicated access page.

Content warning: This performance involves audience participation, including interaction with audience members seated in the front row.

 

Suitable for ages: 14 and over

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