• Phare Ponleu Selpak

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    By John Ellingsworth on 24 July 2012 in Reviews

    One condition of being free is to be able to act alone. In Rouge, the eight performers, all young, all male, have no freedom, their actions watched by the group and performed under a collective duress.

    By Jon Deline on 4 February 2011 in Features

    Heavy rain, desperate improvisation, an exploding generator – Jon Deline on performing at Cambodia's Tini Tinou International Circus Festival and why he'd do it all again.

    'The technical malfunctions started at annoying but soon reached a level of terrifying. Lights would go in and out, sound levels would go up and down for no apparent reason, sometimes causing the audience to shield their ears because the music was too loud. The coup de grace of the technical staff was the full-scale explosion of the generator that powered the follow spot. A doomsday visage, engulfed in flames, perched ten feet away from the audience.'

  • Archive Events

    Phare Ponleu Selpak: Rouge
    25/07/2012 to 27/07/2012
    Purcell Room
    Phare Ponleu Selpak: Rouge
    20/07/2012 to 23/07/2012
    Big Top, Campbell Park
    Milton Keynes