Lost in Translation Circus on Tour in London
Lost in Translation, one of the UK’s leading contemporary circus companies, celebrate their 10th anniversary with an exciting London tour in 2021.
The tour started at the end of June at Wandsworth Arts Fringe festival with performances of Above and Cabaret Unlocked.
From July, audiences can check into the much-loved Hotel Paradiso at both Rose Theatre, Kington and Underbelly Festival, Cavendish Square. A laugh-out-loud circus caper, Hotel Paradiso is a hilarious and boisterous family show for adults and children alike. Audiences will be treated to amazing aerial stunts, floor acrobatics and juggling alongside clowning and a stunning soundtrack by renowned composer Peter Reynolds.
Lost in Translation can be seen in Hotel Paradiso between 9th and 11th July at the Rose Theatre Kingston and between 17th July and 5th August at Underbelly Festival in London.
Massimiliano Rossetti comments:
“We’re so excited to be back on stage with a bang for our 10th anniversary year! At Lost in Translation, we have a deep desire to connect people, communities and cultures through our character driven theatrical shows and our trademark warm humour. This past year has seen us separated from both our loved ones and what we love doing, so we can’t wait to bring a smile to new audiences across the capital.”
Further into the year, we can expect Lost in Translation at their summer festival in Norwich and their Christmas show at Jackson’s Lane.
Director: Chris Dingli
Producer: Annabel Carberry
Producer: Antonino Giuffré
Movement Director: Roisin Morris
Costume Designer: Kirsteen Wythe – Tsubi Du
Composer: Peter Reynolds
Set Design: Annabel Carberry
Cast: Abigail Collins, Matthew Green, Roisin Morris, Massimiliano Rossetti, Natasha Rushbrooke, Lawrence Swaddle
Hotel Paradiso is presented in association with Jacksons Lane, where Lost in Translation are an associate company.