“Rime” is a new circus show devised and collectively made by Square Peg based on Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s epic poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. With thrilling acrobatics, song and story, Square Peg combine circus with theatre and dance – they use group acrobatics and human towers, Chinese poles, silks, and flips and tricks to tell this beautiful haunting tale.
The premier sold out at the Roundhouse in April and the show will go on tour throughout the summer months… We hope to see you at one of our shows!
Free performances at the National Theatre’s Watch This Space festival, London…
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8th July – Winchseter Hat Fair – for info click here
27th – 29th July – Camp Bestival – for info click here
3rd – 15th August – Edinburgh Festival
Performances in Summerhall’s Dissecting Room:
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26th August – Devizes International Street Festival – for info click here
Square Peg are produced by Cirquit Productions Limited with support from the Arts Council England, IdeasTap through the Ideas Fund Edinburgh Award, Roundhouse, Jacksons Lane, The Hangar Arts Trust, University of East Anglia, Kiln Ideas ltd. and Throughline.
Rime is co-commissioned by the National Theatre.
Thanks to Judy Grahn for the use of her poem: Detroit Annie, Hitchiking