The Cardiff-based company will take the show on a European tour following its stint in St. Pauls.
NoFit State Circus is currently hosting a new production in Bristol. Returning to the city for the first time in 10 years, the crew will perform their latest touring show, entitled Sabotage, inside a big top tent on Wilson Street in St. Pauls. Running until 2 June, the production was brought to life by the team behind previous NoFit State shows, including Lexicon and Bianco, and been described as a “large-scale circus spectacular, but with a darker, grittier edge” by organisers.
After Bristol, Sabotage will be taken out on the road across Europe for stops in France, the Czech Republic and Belgium. Speaking on the company’s return to the West Country, NoFit State’s artistic director Tom Rack said: “It’s been 10 years since we were last in Bristol and it’s great to be back with the Big Top and right here in the heart of the city. Bristol is a hotbed for circus in the UK.”
Head to the NoFit State website for more information on show times and dates, and other performance information. Check out a show trailer below.