Time Out says
For three weeks this April, CircusFest will return with a programme that's bursting through the rafters with high-flying UK and international circus.
The award-winning Finnish Race Horse Company will start proceedings with a gallop, with the UK premiere of 'Super Sunday' - featuring a wheel of death and a human catapult, all offset with their trademark black humour.
The programme also features 'Kin', a brand new work from the dance and parkour-tinged Barely Methodical Troupe. They earned rave reviews for 2014's 'Bromance', a thrilling look at the boundaries of male friendship.
Although there are performances across London, at Jackson's Lane, ArtsDepot and The Albany, the main CircusFest hub is at RoundHouse, where there will be foyer performances and a weekend of free hula-hooping, acrobatics and street dance workshops.
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