Circolombia URBAN (Colombia)

10/01/2013 - 06/03/2013

Sydney Festival: 10th Jan - 27th Jan

Adelaide Fringe Festival: 14th Feb - 9th Mar

Auckland Arts Festival: 13th Mar - 17th Mar

Brisbane Festival: 13th - 27th September





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URBAN is a freestyle portrait of a society, incorporating both joy and violence, where dance and music are the safety valves of everyday life. It features the best of the Colombian National circus school Circo Para Todos.


Weaving a tapestry of personal stories, of rhythm and groove, this is the soundtrack of life and death itself. A true narrative of the streets of Cali, URBAN is based on the lives of the young cast; telling the world what its like in their reality, through their eyes, ears, and voices.


URBAN is a tale of confrontation and redemption, of gangs and individual freedom, of poetics and cruelty. Infused with live reggaeton and volcanic, wild, but perfectly mastered acrobatics – above all it shows that with passion and dedication you really can touch the stars.


2013 Adelaide Fringe Award Winner - PICK OF THE FRINGE

2013 Adelaide Fringe Award Nominee - BEST CIRCUS & PHYSICAL THEATRE

2013 Adelaide Fringe Weekly Award Winner (Week One) - CIRCUS & PHYSICAL THEATRE


"Sheer energy, raw... a thrilling, skilled evening, a show with real attitude" The Guardian


“this is going to be the show you hear about all month” The Edinburgh Spotlight


"Circolombia move with a balletic grace This was truly eye-watering circus...There is a visceral rawness that makes Circolombia so appealing and the antithesis of the technically perfect Cirque du Soleil. This is very much inspired by the lives of the people – mostly men – involved"  The London Evening Standard


"A visceral rawness makes Circolombia so appealing and the antithesis of the technically perfect Cirque du Soleil'" Evening Standard


"Hugely entertaining, bristles with attitude... infectiously energetic" The Times