Flown

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Flown invites you into the magical world of the circus backstage, where a life treading the high-wire and swinging from the rafters is as absurd as it is wonderful, and disagreements, exhaustion and all manner of mishaps threaten to ruin the show. Catastrophe is just one move away! Mixing comedy and chaos with bold physicality and live music, Flown is big, beautiful, and daringly bonkers, and of course in the end, everything is flown - even the band!

Turning whatever you think you know about the circus on its head, Flown will captivate the whole family and leave you lost for words.

Duration: 1 hour 40mins with interval

Exquisite moments of beauty…brilliantly athletic.
Guardian

Skin-tinglingly good.
★★★★ Time Out

…delivered with immense skill and generosity of spirit.
★★★★ Times

Leaving with a smile on your face is the only option.
★★★★ Scotsman

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Presented by Pirates of the Carabina

Age guideline: 7+

  • Exquisite moments of beauty…brilliantly athletic.
       
    Guardian

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