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Toulouse
14/10/2015 Performing

Catalan circus showcased at the Festival Européenne de Cirques

Between the 14th and the 18th of October, the second edition of the Festival Européenne de Cirques (European Circus Festival), which is being held at La Grainerie in Toulouse, will be showcasing ...
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Paris
04/04/2015 Performing

Joan Català’s circus arrives in Paris

The Institut Ramon Llull is taking the Catalan artist’s circus to the city as part of the Hautes Tensions Festival on 4 and 5 April. He will be presenting his show Pelat, a story of the relation ...
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Avignon
10/07/2014 Performing

PSIRC: ‘Our technique is based on making the movement, even though it entails a good deal of risk, seem safe, peaceful and smooth so as to convey emotions’

Since 2011, PSIRC, a trio of circus artistes, have been reinventing the language through an intimate and spectacular mix. Acrometria, the show the company is presenting at Avignon à la Catalane, ...
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Montreal
07/07/2014 Performing

The IRL takes part in a workshop for the project Autopistes: Circus Dissemination in Montreal

This week the Institut Ramon Llull is taking part in a workshop to be held at the circus venue La Tohu in Montreal during the Montréal Completement Cirque Festival.
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Barcelona
20/06/2014 Performing

'Autopistes: Circus Dissemination'. Open competitions

The Autopistes project, whose purpose is to build and consolidate the distribution networks for circus performances in Europe and North America, has opened two new competitions aimed at circus artistes ...
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London
20/01/2014 Performing

Fet a Mà to perform at London International Mime Festival 2014

Theatre, dance, acrobatics are fused in the performance from Catalan circus artists Marta Terrents and Pau Portabella. Their company Fet a Mà uses circus as a way of describing and sharing ...
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01/10/2013 Performing

Call for Artistic projects for the South-Western European tour in Catalonia, France and Italy 2014

Autopistes: Circus dissemination is a cooperation project funded by the Culture Programme of the European Union. Building and strengthening touring circuits in Europe and Northern America.
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Estocolm
20/02/2013 Performing

Catalan Circus on Tour at Subcase 2013 (Stockholm)

The Institut Ramon Llull, in conjunction with FiraTàrrega, has arranged the presence of three Catalan companies at Subcase 2013, the circus festival organized by Subtopia, the Swedish creative ...

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The Institut Ramon Llull

is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

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