Beauty and raw physicality
A show featuring gravity-defying acrobatics, aerial dance and electrifying physical artistry is coming to the Mermaid Arts Centre. Performed by Aisling Ní Cheallaigh and Ronan Brady, ‘How to Square a Circle’ combines circus and theatre in a production which boasts both beauty and raw physicality.
Directed by Raymond Keane and accompanied by the music and soundscapes of award winning composer Alma Kelliher, How to Square Circle explores the limits of the human body and soul in a manner that will both awe and inspire.
And while the show is a visual sensation it is also a heart-warming story of friendship, ego, love and the joys a cup of tea. With gravity defying acrobatics, aerial dance, cyr wheel and lots of laughter, two of Ireland’s leading circus performers prove that just because something is impossible, doesn’t mean it’s not worth trying.
Described as ‘miraculous’ by The Guardian, How to Square a Circle will be performed in the Mermaid Arts Centre on January 11, 2020.
Tickets are from €11 on sale from local box office and fringe dates available from www. fringefest.com