Leading Welsh circus company NoFit State are back with a brand new large-scale Big Top show, SABOTAGE, which will premiere from 8 - 23 April 2022 at the Pembrokeshire County Showground in Haverfordwest.
SABOTAGE is brought to you by the same award-winning creative team that developed LEXICON, BIANCO, ImMortal and tabu. West Wales audiences may remember being wowed by NoFit State’s last performances of LEXICON in Narberth during 2019. With SABOTAGE they can expect an exceptional new large scale circus spectacular, but with a darker, grittier edge.
"It will be so good to be on the road again with our all new show after all this time.
We always love coming to West Wales where the audiences are so welcoming and appreciative.
Stand by for some surprises and some sensational new acts.
SABOTAGE will have all the usual trappings of our signature style, high energy, good fun, breath-taking Circus and spectacular images but poignant, meaningful and theatrical as well."
Tom Rack, Artistic Director, NoFit State Circus
SABOTAGE has an astounding international cast with performers from Albania to Ireland and Brazil to Wales. With awe inspiring circus skills including aerial silks, breakdancing, due trapeze, acrobatics, hula hooping, slack line, straps, and much more.
After the worldwide limits to touring and performing over the last couple of years NoFit State are especially eager to bring their energetic and subversive new production to audiences, and premiere this exciting new show at home in Wales. After opening in Haverfordwest this Easter they will continue their tour to Merthyr, Bangor, Cardiff, and two English stands. With more dates expected to be announced soon.
02921 321 021 / www.nofitstate.org/sabotage
Performances 8 April – 23 April
Matinees 2.30pm or 4pm
See show page for full details.
Pembrokeshire County Showground, Withybush Rd, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 4BW
SABOTAGE has nothing in it that makes it unsuitable for children, but it is not made for them specifically.
Created by NoFit State Circus.
Directed by Firenza Guidi.
Supported by the Arts Council of Wales, Arts Council England and the Garfield Weston Foundation.