Square Peg are coming to the end of their epic journey around the UK….bringing circus theatre to an estimated 10,000 people. It’s been an amazing journey for the cast and crew, obviously not without its challenges, but we managed to
August was certainly a month of hard work for the Square Peg cast and crew, but it is worth it when we get such lovely feedback as this:
Hi, well done to everyone this afternoon at the Pavilion Theatre Worthing.
‘This production was, as a physical spectacle, thrilling. But it was deeply emotional too.’
A few weeks ago Rime performed at Salisbury International Festival. Square Peg were absolutely thrilled to be invited to perform as part of such a high
Summer has finally arrived – just in time for our first outdoor shows in UK this summer.
Performing outdoors at home is always a risky business and weather forecasts are checked religiously in the run up to events. So far
As well as a great review in the Telegraph, last week we made the front page for the first time this tour and Nikki’s legs are too
Anne Morley-Priestman write a lovely review of Rime at Cambridge Junction: (…) Visually it’s a stunning piece of theatre, marrying circus skills with song, dialogue, dance and mime as well as evocative costuming.[…]
A sense of the other-worldly pervades it,
Hazel Lawrence marvels at an outstanding display of physical skills as Coleridge meets circus performance
It seems unlikely that when Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote The Rime of the Ancient Mariner that he would have imagined it could be enhanced by
I’m eating a quiche, listening to the Beatles, and on the train to Liverpool. I love my job.
The Square Peg tour began in spectacular style just over a week ago, at the StAnza International Poetry Festival in beautiful St.
From the beginning, I have had the luck to train, study and work with amazing people in the dance world. Among them number Rudra (Bejart), The Place (London school of Contemporary Dance) and recently Lloyd Newson and DV8, and I