Circus Music Theatre ThisWeek In London Visual Art

Three To See on 16 Apr: Mummy, Confluence, Pinta by Zero Gravity & WHS and Wiredo by Hanna Moisala

By | Published on Saturday 9 April 2016


And today’s ThisWeek-tipped, LDN-based events are…

Mummy | Tristan Bates Theatre | 15-16 Apr
I keep trying to work out who award winning creative Amy Gwilliam reminds me of. I think it might be January Jones, but it also might just be Amy Gwilliam. She is the writer and performer behind this show, which is on as part of TBTs festival of solo performances, First 2016, and is a funny but no doubt also poignant play about a young woman dealing with loss. See the venue website here to book your tickets.

Confluence | The Cello Factory | 16-17 Apr (pictured)
The brainchild of musician Adrian Lever, ‘Confluence’ is a fusion of solo improvised piano and multi-media visual arts which draws its inspiration from the waterways and coastlines of East Anglia, where the artists hail from. There’s an opportunity to view the artworks ahead of the performance element, but I think absorbing the full combination will be a real treat. See this page here for booking info.

Double Bill – Pinta by Zero Gravity & WHS and Wiredo by Hanna Moisala | Jackson’s Lane | 15-16 Apr
This offering is part of the previously tipped Circusfest 2016 festival, and, as the title clearly suggests, this is a double bill. They are both one person performances: the first focuses on vertical rope acrobatics, and is performed by aerial acrobat Salla Hakanpää, the second, from Hanna Moisala, uses tightwire, and draws on the Japanese art of Kinbaku. Follow this link here for info and to book.

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