Tape That is a charming, light-hearted acrobatic duet by Hands Down Circus. Two performers construct a visual web using duct tape, object manipulation and partner acrobatics. A simple roll of tape transforms from a skipping rope to a hat, and is stretched to create physical barriers and obstacles for the performers to navigate over, under and through. Tape That is a playful exploration of the world we live in; in times of shifting opinions, breakdowns in communication and growing divisions in society, how do we navigate our differences with humanity and support? When conflicts appear and squabbling arises – will anyone ever agree if it’s called duct tape or duck tape?! Hands Down Circus is a new contemporary circus company creating original work in the UK. Hands Down Circus was a Roundhouse Resident Artist 2019/20. Originally commissioned by Applause and the Roundhouse in partnership with FiraTàrrega’s Support for Creation programme
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