Show Information

Show Duration: 60 minutes
Audience Suitability: 12+
Stage Size: Min. 7m wide x 5m deep / Height clearance of 5m
Venue Capacity: Up to 600
Touring Party: 6

Booking Contact: Heleen De Boever
heleen@auroranova.org

Company Website

Upcoming Shows

2017
30 September: Maison des Arts du Leman, Thonon-les-Bains, France
4 October: Forum St-Georges, Delémont, France
6 October: L'éclat, Pont-Audemer, France
15 October: Théâtre Victor Hugo, Bagneux, France
19 October: Centre Culturel Juliobona, Lillebonne, France
7 - 11 November: Jeu de Palme, Aix-en-Provence
13 - 14 November: Anthéa, Antibes, France
18 November: Théâtre municipal de Grenoble, Grenoble, France
21 - 25 November: Le Quartz, Brest, France
1 December: Théâtre Paul Eluard, Paris, France
7 December: Scène Nationale de Bar-Le-Duc, Bar-Le-Duc, France
13 December: Espace Jean Vilar, Ifs, France
19 December: La MJC de Rodez, Bruges, France

2018
27 January: Couvent des Jacobins, Rennes, France
7 February - 30 May: Théâtre Antoine, Paris, France
6 March: Théâtre Jean Vilar, Eysinnes, France
3 May: Le Briscope, Brignais, France

Previous Shows

August: Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Edinburgh, UK

 

 

Supported by...

UN POYO ROJO

Poyo Rojo in association with Aurora Nova

Argentina

★★★★★ "Hilarious, technically mind-blowing piece which calls itself physical theatre but defies genre"

Broadway Baby

In an empty locker room, two men play with movement, an analogue radio and tiny shorts. The athletic bodies of Luciano Rosso and Alfonso Barón move fluently from wrestling to dance, acrobatics to physical comedy in an irresistible distortion of the expectations of manhood. A funny, raw, playful hour interspersed with competitiveness and camaraderie as well as seduction and sabotage, that showcases the best of Argentinian contemporary dance.

"A tour-de-force takedown of virile peacocking, performed with adroit and irresistable comic timing and charisma by Alfonso Baron and Luciano Rosso."

The Stage

★★★★ “Un Poyo Rojo doesn't just arch a brow at masculinity, it takes a cigarette from it, then blows smoke in its face.”

 The Sunday Times

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