Saturday, 19 July 2014

#2 - Tangerino Events: A Circus Emerges
Rosie talks to emerging circus and visual arts company Tangerino! Lil & Kitty share insights on arty families; sibling collaboration; living in hessian; moving to the big smoke; Giffords Circus; making circus harder; traditional and new companies; paying people properly and their show The Red Shoes!
About Tangerino:
is a young and innovative events company that offers Londoners the chance to spend an evening immersed in some of the city’s freshest new talent.
Following their debut the sisters launched a successful Kickstarter campaign in order to fund their next event The Red Shoes performed by Tangerino which will be taking place in the Waterloo Vaults from the 22nd-24th July. Again inspired by an Anderson tale the tunnels under Waterloo will be transformed into a haunting fairytale land where the worlds of art, circus, singing and theatre collide.
Part promenade, part circus show guests will be led through the eerie tunnels to witness the work of 16 circus acts, artists and musicians who have been working closely together over the last 6 months in order to create 3 nights of remarkable entertainment. Young contortionists, acrobats and rope artists have been carefully paired up with contemporary live musicians and illustrators in order to produce original collaborative pieces in response to one of five themes taken from ‘The Red Shoes’ fairytale.

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About your host, Rosie Kohl:Gypsy, circus freak, musician, dancer; Rosie travels the globe as something of an artistic nomad, performing for all and sundry. It started when she picked up a violin as a child and began scratching away and has grown into the multi-disciplinary hydra you see before you, a monstrous fusion of belly dance, live music and good old-fashioned theatrics.
She has performed extensively in London and the UK with brief forays into Times Square, New York and Las Vegas, the shiniest cities of them all. Sometimes she takes up with travelling circuses, and sometimes she runs dance workshops, and sometimes she sits in her studio wondering why she is writing her bio in third person.

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