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The boys from the 2015 smash Bromance are back in this red-hot, 5-star piece of circus about camaraderie and affection – and this time, they’ve brought friends!

The performers’ physical prowess is deftly deployed, as tumbling, flying and catching become challenges and opportunities for individual bids for recognition.

One of UK’s hottest circus companies, Barely Methodical Troupe are at the forefront of a new kind of physical performance, creating highly entertaining shows that mix the show-stopping acrobatics of circus with the emotional punch of theatre.

Duration: 1 hour 5mins with no interval

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Presented by Barely Methodical Troupe
Age guideline 8+

  • A beautiful, sad, funny and complicated thing… blossoms into something visually arresting and emotionally vast.
       
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  • Breathtaking athleticism.
       
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