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Four extraordinary performers test their physical limits in an explosive display of power-based acrobatics. Using string games, rubber bands, storytelling and all available resources the performers attempt to take some control! They will alter perspectives; challenge gravity; and spin your head around.

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About this event

Starts: Thursday 20 September 2018 7:30 PM

Ends: Friday 21 September 2018 9:00 PM

At: The Civic, Hanson Street, Barnsley, S70 2HZ

Organised by: The Civic - Barnsley

The latest show from award winning contemporary circus company Barely Methodical Troupe features their trademark performance style combining circus, show-stopping acrobatic skills, contemporary dance and the emotional punch of theatre to create spectacular and inspiring performances.

Four extraordinary performers test their physical limits in an explosive display of power-based acrobatics. Using string games, rubber bands, story telling and all available resources the performers attempt to take some control!

Featuring: big man Louis Gift and international cyr wheeling star Charlie Wheeller working with Spain’s leading break dancer Elihu Vazquez and top Swedish acrobat and flyer Esmeralda Nikolajeff.

They will alters perspectives; challenges gravity; and spin your head around.

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Tickets £13 | £11 conc | £8 child

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The Civic Barnsley

Our artistic programme provides lots of opportunities for children and young people to enjoy and participate in the arts. We regularly host schools visits to our exhibitions and encourage schools to book for performances in the Assembly Room offering supporting workshops with the visiting companies whenever we can.As an arts award supporter and we actively encourage schools and other groups to use us as a resource for learning and creative development.

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