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Ockham’s Razor are looking for 1 highly skilled circus performer to be part of our new outdoor show Threads.

We are looking for an experienced performer specialised in Corde lisse and acrobalance (flying).

Please do pass this email on to anyone you know that might be interested.

Additional skills in one or more of the following are desirable: acrobatics, handstands and Dance based floor-work.

The show involves a wide skill set exploring movement possibilities on and around a giant seesaw structure. We are seeking multi-skilled, versatile performers with physical theatre experience, a strong stage presence and an interest in work that explores the stories naturally inherent in circus.

We are looking for a team player to share the good and the bad, great venues and festivals paired with long hours in van, loading/unloading, set construction. Hard work, good fun!

Creation will take place in two periods.

Period 1: Beginning of November until middle of December 2017

Period 2: Beginning of February until End of April 2018

The show will premiere in May 2018 followed by UK performances until End of September, followed by a national and international tour in 2019 (dates to be confirmed).

Auditions will be held in London 11th and 12th October 2017.

Recalls will be held on Friday 13th October 2017.

If you would like to be considered for auditions, please send an email with the subject:
‘Threads audition’ plus your CV (including your height and weight), photo and show reel to by Monday 25th September 2017. We are aiming to get back to everyone by the 2nd of October.

Please do only apply if you are free on the above mentioned audition and rehearsal dates and let us know your availability for 2019.

Unfortunately we will only be able to consider applications from performers based in Europe.

For more information about us, please visit:

Ockham’s Razor are funded by Arts Council England.

Ockham’s Razor is supported by PRS for Music Foundation, the Charter 600 Charity
and the Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.