Box of Frogs

A very exciting and colourful circus show about strong emotions, with a live band.

Directed by Mish Weaver, Box of Frogs is an exhilarating blend of high-octane, highly visual performance showcasing a deluge of circus skills including trick-cycling, tumbling, rope work and acrobalance, all engulfed in film and a myriad of colour. A feast for the eyes, and a jaw-dropping night of entertainment, this is Bipolar circus – otherwise known as a manically depressed form of entertainment.

The project has been commissioned by the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad project Unlimited, principally funded by the National Lottery through the Olympic Lottery Distributor.

Supported by Jacksons Lane.

Recommended for ages 8+

Post-show talk: Monday 3 September. All post-show talks are BSL interpreted and speech to text transcribed.

Listen audio described information about the show on our SoundCloud website

Event Images

A woman dressed in a blue burlesque outfit

A woman dressed in a blue burlesque outfit

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Four members of the cast are facing a wall of projections. They’re sitting on top of another cast member.

Four members of the cast are facing a wall of projections. They’re sitting on top of another cast member.

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Four of the cast are all sitting and standing on one bicycle, holding on to each for support.

Four of the cast are all sitting and standing on one bicycle, holding on to each for support.

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A Circus Ringleader balances on a bicycle’s wheel.

A Circus Ringleader balances on a bicycle’s wheel.

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Duration

1 hour 10 minutes