Bianco Circus Show Confirmed For Southbank Winter Festival %7C Group Travel News %7C Credit Richard Davenport

Circus company NoFit State will perform its show Bianco during the Southbank Centre’s Winter Festival this Christmas.

Running from 23rd November until 22nd January, Bianco will return to London for the first time since its successful run at the Roundhouse in 2013.

Bianco will take place above, behind and around the audience in a performance that involves innovative rigging and counter weighting techniques.

The show is said to break the boundaries between artist and audience. The displays will be accompanied by a live band with an original score.

Groups going to see Bianco can expect aerial displays, acrobatics, and a number of visual effects.

You can watch the video below for further insight into what Bianco involves:

Tom Rack, artistic director from NoFit state, said: “We are thrilled to be bringing Bianco back to London, and to Southbank Centre for their Winter Festival supported by NatWest. This is the first time the show has performed in England in three years, and it’s going to be great to spend this winter closer to home.”

The show is directed by Firenza Guidi, with music direction by David Murray, production design by Saz Moir, lighting by Adam Cobbley, costumes by Rhiannon Matthews and rigging design by Lyndall Merry.

Group travel organisers can take advantage of 20 per cent discount off all tickets for parties of ten or more.

Southbank Centre’s Winter Festival

The Southbank Centre’s Winter Festive returns this year with a festive array of seasonal events and activities.

Announced for the programme so far is musical Million Dollar Quartet, a performance by the London Lucumi Choir, and a vintage New Year’s Eve party.

Groups visiting the festival can also enjoy the annual Christmas market stalls that line the Thames.

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