Tour Dates

24th of June: Premiere at Figurteatret i Nordland (Nordland Visual Theatre)

4th to 15th of October – Theatre Royal Plymouth

20th of October – Washington Arts Centre, Sunderland (link coming soon)

25th – 26th of October – The Lowry, Salford Quays (link coming soon)

28th – 29th of October – Woolwich Works, London (link coming soon)

2nd November – Lighthouse, Poole (link coming soon)

4th – 5th of November – The Connaught, Worthing (link coming soon)

9th – 10th of November – The Junction, Cambridge (link coming soon)

Mon 14 and Tues 15 November – MAST Mayflower Studios, Southampton (link coming soon) 

18th November – The Civic Theatre, Barnsley (link coming soon) 

25th – 26th of November – Jacksons Lane, London

2nd – 3rd of December – The Gulbenkian, Canterbury (link coming soon)

GIF: Black illustration of a person hanging from a trapeze, balanced on their belly, while playing the saxophone.

GIF by Holly O’Neil │ Photo at the top of the page © Paul Blakemore

Delicate is the second of our Arts Council England supported, national touring project. The project sees Extraordinary Bodies come together with national touring partners Brighton Dome, Brixton House, The Civic Barnsley, Lighthouse Poole, The Lowry Salford Quays, MAST Mayflower Studios Southampton, Theatre Royal Plymouth and Sunderland Culture.

By the end of 2024, three of our shows will have come to all these places. Human toured in 2021 and 2022. Delicate, a co-production with Figurteatret i Nordland (Nordland Visual Theatre) and Theatre Royal Plymouth, will tour in the Autumn of 2022. Waldo’s Zircus of Magic and Terror, a co-production with Bristol Old Vic, which will tour from Spring 2023.

Together we hope to build new and diverse audiences for arts and culture, live and digital. We are taking a strategic touring approach to circus performance, building a legacy of collective insights, increased audiences and diversified cultural leadership across arts ecologies and places.

Thank you to to our Delicate R&D funders Unlimited and The Wellcome Trust, and to Jacksons Lane for their support during rehearsals.