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Circus, Circus, Circus at Rich Mix and Hoxton Hall

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7 November 2019 to 22 November 2019 Book tickets

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Certain Blacks present Circus Circus Circus aims to showcase the different and exciting work from a variety of performers, artists and musicians. The circus is a place where you can see performance challenging what we, as humans, think can be performed. The festival takes place between 7-22 November at Rich Mix and Hoxton Hall. 
The festival features Hip Hop Palace featuring artists Muti Movements, a dancer and multi-talented performer and Marv Radio a DJ, rapper and spoken word artist (November 7). 
24 Italian Songs and Arias from artist Brian Lobel. The night features soprano Gweneth-Anna Rand – an opera singer from the UK who has performed at The Royal Opera House and English National Opera (November 8).

Rowland Sutherland and London Art Collective. Rowland is an Esteemed jazz flautist and arranger and one of the original Jazz Warriors who pioneered a new wave of UK Black jazz artists in the 1980’s and 90’s. Rowland represents a change in UK jazz and influence by Sun Ra, McCoy Tyner and Alice Coltrane presenting future jazz for the 21st Century. (November 9). 

Jamal Harwood’s WordWord explores the everyday use of language and how it can define what we think, feel and see and how we can use words to hurt, encourage and define who we are and show how we are not defined by race (November 21).  
The final performance of the festival is Circus Circus Circus and features leading Black circus artists from the UK showcasing new circus productions from Out of Order, Symone and Joana Dias. This dynamic line up presents work that has been developed with support of Certain Blacks and Upswing: a Black led circus organisation. The evening will also present Sadiq and Hauk, Amélia and a DJ to finish the festival with a Circus Party (22 November). 

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