There was a tiger in the jungle behind her mother’s house.
Crocodiles were hiding in the muddy river. Human sharks passed by in lorries on their way to India, leaving behind a trail of lost children.
Nepalese artists perform their deeply personal story of being trafficked into the circus industry as young children, using the means of their enslavement to speak against it. Circus, spoken word, movement and ceremony are used to show how, against all odds, Renu Ghalan and Aman Tamang survived their childhood and created their own destiny.
“Likely to have an unforgettable life-long profound effect on you” Theatre Reviews
Produced as an international partnership between Ali Williams, ex-Artistic Director of the pioneering Welsh circus company NoFit State, and Norwegian company Circus Xanti. Supported by Arts Councils of Wales, England and Norway, NoFit State and Chora Chori Nepal
Dates & Times
|Wed 29 May||2:00pm|
|Wed 29 May||7:30pm|