Join us at the Roundhouse Amphitheatre this July to experience the magic of the Wasteground Circus!
Inspired by the book Wasteground Circus by Charles Keeping, this is a warm, funny and moving story set in a futuristic Britain that combines the best of theatre with the spectacle of circus.
About this performance:
It is 2080 and most of Britain is under water. Frankie and Lex are best friends and are trying desperately to keep their friendship going, meeting once a week at an abandoned playground on the top of a hill, close to the tower block where Frankie lives.
One day, a circus comes to their wasteground. Despite the sensational strong men, stunning acrobats, and women flying through the air, it is not quite what they expect. When the circus leaves, one of these girls will never be the same again.
Cost: Free to book, pay as you feel after the show!
2:30pm and 7pm Saturday 2nd July
2:30pm and 6pm Sunday 3rd July
Where: The Roundhouse, Enter through gate next to 63 Blagrove Crescent, Hartcliffe
Bristol, BS13 0DG
Who: Suitable for everyone over the age of 8 – young people, adults and families. Wheelchair accessible.