UK Tour Autumn 2021
‘After one cancellation, two postponements and 14 months of empty theatres, I am delighted (and v excited!) on behalf of Dance Consortium members to be announcing our next tour by one of the world’s leading performance companies… This is the first time that the Dance Consortium members have presented The 7 Fingers Company from Québec and I can think of no better way of welcoming international artists back onto our stages than with their wonderful show Passagers – a beautiful homage to travel, love and the power of storytelling.’ Co-chair of Dance Consortium, Stephen Crocker
Coming out of Canada, the home of modern circus, The 7 Fingers (Les 7 Doigts de la Main) are one of the world’s most exciting and inventive contemporary circus companies. Combining choreography and dance with physical theatre, dazzling acrobatic skills with multi-media and music this award-winning trail-blazing company thrills with creativity and deserves to be experienced live.
Featuring 8 incredibly talented performers with a kaleidoscope of skills, Passagers will take you on a jaw-dropping and unexpected journey celebrating connections and adventures. Performing death defying feats with giant poles, hoop tumbling and wire walking, this artistic collective seamlessly weaves in music, movement and storytelling to create a spectacular and beautiful show.
'Circus is so death defying that it’s life affirming'
Stunning acrobatic skills
The mixture of theatre, dance and music with circus [...] skills results in an expressive art form unto itself
Beyond the heart-stopping acrobatics, the staging of the production is phenomenal.
Passengers, elevates the genre from mere circus performance to genuine art.
7 Fingers achieves what most contemporary circus acts can only dream of...
- Tue 21 - Wed 22 Sep 2021 7.30pm and 1.00pmBirmingham Hippodrome
- Fri 24 - Sat 25 Sep 2021 7.30pmMilton Keynes Theatre
- Tue 28 Sep 2021 7.30pmHull New Theatre
- Thu 30 Sep - Fri 1 Oct 2021 7.30pmBrighton Dome
- Tue 5 - Wed 6 Oct 2021 7.30pmTheatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall Nottingham
- Mon 11 - Tue 12 Oct 2021 7.30pmTheatre Royal Plymouth