Circulate and Millfield Theatre present the 2018 programme of free outdoor performances in Enfield!
‘Very unexpected, great performance that had the kids engaged throughout’ Audience member, Edmonton Green 2017
Circulate returns this year taking leading national and international companies away from central London and into neighbourhoods for a range of outstanding, free, outdoor arts performances.
‘I’m determined that all Londoners should benefit from and have the opportunity to get involved in our city’s world-renowned cultural life. I’m delighted to see festivals like Circulate bringing spectacular and free outdoor art to our local neighbourhoods. London’s cultural hotspots extend far beyond the city-centre - that’s why I’m planning a new London Borough of Culture competition so that each year a different borough is the focus of an ambitious arts and culture programme’ - The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan
The programme starts with Belly of the Whale by Ockham’s Razor. This performance includes a giant semi- circular see-saw made of wood and steel. The performers weave between, run, roll and glide on and around this magnificent structure in a fascinating performance.
Thursday 16 August, Outside Enfield Town Library 12.45pm & 3.30pm
The huge striking metal structure in the middle of Cie Dyptik’s performance D – Construction grabs audiences attention. This is followed by a thrilling hip-hop dance.
Tuesday 21 August, Outside Enfield Town Library 1pm & 3.30pm
A couple days later, Saurus by Close Act Theatre is a spectacle combining theatre, stilts, music, fire, dance and not to mention the return of presumed to be extinct creatures.
Thursday 23 August, Enfield Town 11am & 1.30pm
Enfield has never seen a JCB digger and dancers together in one performance till now! EXO by Motionhouse is an intriguing breath-taking display of strength, emotion and beauty.
Saturday 8 September, Millfield Theatre 2.30pm & 7.30pm
Last but not least, Conseqüències by Cia Moveo is a stunningly fluid yet daring dance performance, captivating audiences though the physicality and effortless tricks.
Thursday 15 September, Outside Enfield Town Library 1.30pm & 3.30pm