contemporary circus company

Recirquel presented The Naked Clown, its most monumental show in the Grand Theatre of Łódź on November 21, 2017, during the Polish-Hungarian Cultural Season. The audience experienced the production with Polish narratives, which gave the performance a unique national taste. Performing shows in the local national language has become a trademark of Recirquel in the last few years, as they have performed The Naked Clown in French and Hebrew before. Audiences appreciate the gesture of being able to view the performance in their own language, which provides a more intense experience for them.

Recirquel Company Budapest made its premiere at the Edinburgh Fringe, the world’s largest festival this year: 22 sold out shows of Paris de Nuit, standing ovation and five star reviews! It was amazing to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the company’s foundation this way!

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We are happy that Recirquel Company Budapest has been invited to participate in Brain Bar Budapest, the biggest European Festival on the Future!

Our performance will take place on the 3rd of June, 2017, Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Akvarium Club Budapest!

A monumental contemporary circus show directed by Bence Vági closed the 17th FINA World Championships in the Papp László Budapest Sportsarena. The production included over 200 acrobats and dancers from 18 countries. 

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There is a secret behind every trick - Hungarian cinemas release the very first hungarian circus movie

Balancing between reality and fiction, 'What a Circus!' directed by Glória Halász is an intimate documentary about Recirquel Company Budapest. The film's crew followed the company for years, including the rehearsal period of the show titled The Naked Clown. Between the sweats and tears, we see the performers' dreams and fears come to life in spectacular scenes of stunts made in suburban setting...

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