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17. August 2022.20.00

CIRCUS FESTIVAL “RE RIGA!”: “DOUBLE YOU” BY “BE FLAT”

Double You is a social/circus experiment in borders and identity. It is two performances which happen simultaneously, mutually exclusive yet interwoven, to create one universal experience. Five multi-faceted artists share two stages separated by one wall. The result is a performance without borders, offering each spectator their own exclusive experience.

18. August 2022.20.00

CIRCUS FESTIVAL “RE RIGA!”: “DOUBLE YOU” BY “BE FLAT”

Double You is a social/circus experiment in borders and identity. It is two performances which happen simultaneously, mutually exclusive yet interwoven, to create one universal experience. Five multi-faceted artists share two stages separated by one wall. The result is a performance without borders, offering each spectator their own exclusive experience.

19. August 2022.19.00

CIRCUS FESTIVAL “RE RIGA!”: “Only Bones v.1.6” by Marina Cherry

Marina Cherry squeaks, zooms, and tiptoes through a micro-space. Fragmenting pieces of a spunky personal universe puddle over the stage for her solo performance, “Only Bones v1.6”.

20. August 2022.18.00

Circus festival “RE RIGA!”: “Follow Me” by “Be Flat”

The two acrobats of Be Flat have prepared a unique tour of Riga for a select group of followers. The streets of the city, the facades of the buildings and the cobblestones below are transformed into an urban circus arena. But “Follow Me” is not only a performance to be watched, it is a playful collective journey through public space.

20. August 2022.17.00

CIRCUS FESTIVAL “RE RIGA!”: “Only Bones v.1.6” by Marina Cherry

Marina Cherry squeaks, zooms, and tiptoes through a micro-space. Fragmenting pieces of a spunky personal universe puddle over the stage for her solo performance, “Only Bones v1.6”.

21. August 2022.14.00

Circus festival “RE RIGA!”: “Follow Me” by “Be Flat”

The two acrobats of Be Flat have prepared a unique tour of Riga for a select group of followers. The streets of the city, the facades of the buildings and the cobblestones below are transformed into an urban circus arena. But “Follow Me” is not only a performance to be watched, it is a playful collective journey through public space.