When it was first performed, fifty years ago, The incredible box was a great hit. Today, its director and two eccentric assistants try to maintain the show in all its brilliance. But genius is not hereditary, although perhaps all their efforts will not be in vain after all.
You will never have seen a world like this one before, nor met anyone like the character you are about to meet. He keeps all his experiences, bottling and storing every moment, just before it ends. Unfinished moments. Leave everything that you have lived today behind. A new story is about to begin...
Marabunta is pure madness, a classy way of losing control. You start out determined to remain immaculate and end up losing your trousers. But with a smile in your face. Marabunta is the latest production by Guillem Albà & The All in Orchestra. An energetic, energising clown show propelled by live music. A sketch in a mathematical tempo. On stage, the artists work to ensure that we understand nothing. Their own songs. Absurd gags. Cabaret. Nothing makes sense and everything is possible. There is no established order. This is clown chaos. Improvisation: go out and have fun.
A great, simple show. An ode to happiness, optimism, beauty. An iceberg in your street, huge, awesome. An enormous folly. Him and Her, like the last, like the first, so tiny and lost, filling the vacuum, observing the future. They are two, two who do not know language, yet they speak. Yetis, clowns, cavemen, shipwrecked folk, miserable and glorious.
Amer i Àfrica Circ cia. Bunkai
In the martial art of karate, Bunkai is the meaning of the practical application of kata with one or more opponents considering the distances and using default movements Bunkai is a circus short number that combines hand to hand technique with karate. Synopsis Through joining the circus and karate, you can see a deconstruction of two lives using balance, unbalance and rebalance that brings the characters to common vision of a new way.                                                                           
 
inTarsi  is the second creation of Compañía de Circo “eia”. His first show, CAPAS, has been touring across all Europe (12 countries, more than 150 performances) giving to this company the appreciation of the audience and the circus sector,  coming to win the City of Barcelona Award 2011 'for the risk undertaken in circus research and innovation ’’
Automatàrium is an installation inspired by the fairground attraction of coin-activated automatons constructed in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In this installation, actors are located within individual booths made of wood and methacrylate (imitating the old buildings) and activated with coins that the audience inserts in a slot.
Four clowns with a dark past come to offer the show of their lives... with it they'll finally rejoin society. "During the last eight months we have had plenty of time to prepare this clown show," sais this particular company. But be careful, do not trust on them: they are not what they seem!
Acrobatics, conjuring, impersonation, juggling, humor and love... Rodolfo and Rita are not a couple of artists: they are THE couple. Rodolfo is able and capable, Rita is a flower. Rodolfo is technical and smart, Rita is a flower. Rodolfo is active and seductive, Rita is a flower... Two characters that, far from being a perfect couple on stage, have become an antagonistic duo. Two clowns in a story of love and hate inside and outside the stage that, somehow, works!
They say it's called "retro-balkan-rock'n'roll circus", but in fact it's only four fool and crazy artists that present their all-live clowning, acrobatic and juggling sketches. They're the kind of artists that risk their own lives during the show... and if it's not possible, they risk somebody from audience's live! You can't miss their show: maybe next one is gonna be their last one...
Entredos is a new creation born from the encounter between Oscar Valsecchi (physical theater and mime) Rebeca and Yolanda Gutiérrez (twins specialize in aerial discipline), and Sira Bover (areal artist and dancer)
Entredos is a show that tries to combine physical theatre, circus, dance and objects manipulation with the aim to tell a story in a world that lies between reality and dreams. Entredos is a visual show that tries to draw nearer the public to the world of dreams and imagination. Public choice award for best show at the International Feria de Teatro y Danza of Huesca, Spain, 2013; Nominated for the best theatrical staging Awards, Zirkòlika, Catalunya, Spain, 2013; AWARD 2014 (More Quality Visual Theatre for Europe) 2013; best street theatre show award at the festival OFF, Fiesta del Pilar 2014, Zaragoza, Spain.
“What is in the empty space between two pieces that do not fit? A man and two women meet in a place. She sings. He climbs. She runs. Just a simple movement... and the game can start.” Esquerdes is a little story which combines aerial elements, acrobatic ladder and live music through three moving bodies, in a game between the desire and the escape.
Alquimia
After years of research in the world of entertainment, this show could be defined as the alchemy between the theatre and the circus. Two clowns blend different elements to create surprising moments. A highly imaginative show featuring magical turns and surprising juggling numbers.
Entre pinces
Emerging from the shower, he finds his guests in the dining-room, and is obliged to get dressed in the most extraordinary way, on a washing line, amongst clothes pegs. once dressed, he decides to turn the public into an orchestra, with himself as the conductor! Are you ready to see the impossible?
L'home que perdia els botons
A street show featuring circus techniques, making the pole just another character in the cast. Man and pole establish a dialogue that shows us the complexity and the simplicity of life's paths. Man seeks his path.
The Flamingo's
Los Herrerita present The Flamingo's are back, for the first time... Finally, after a lifetime of presenting the circus all over the world, The Flamingo's are coming back for the first time: ridiculous, rancid, outdated and of dubious good taste. Despite their experience, not only are they unable to spot true talent, but they are keen on keeping it hidden. Agreements and disagreements will make it so, as things unfold, the performance doesn't come to a halt and that's it...or is it?
In situ
Boni's first work, a compilation of his own anecdotes and experiences, narrating the travels of a character who, despite his skill at handling artifacts of all kinds, wants to become a star on the music scene.
Dans
Juan likes to dance. His scene is the street, where he plays a charming barrel organ whose pleasant rhythms illustrate his special relationship with his audience. One small detail: the audience is unaware of the disaster that is about to happen before them.
Llenties i Marabú
Ludmila and Alfonso, two crazy characters with the fairground in their blood, welcome spectators to this small travelling circus theatre, where tenderness and danger live together. Come into the poetical world of gravity, give your imagination free rein. You are now in the clutches of pure emotion.

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