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London International Mime Festival

London International Mime Festival is an annual festival of contemporary visual theatre, incuding mime, circus, physical and visual theatre, attracting and showcasing the highest quality national and international work. Our funding supports core costs.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £200,000
  • 2013-2014: £204,600
  • 2014-2015: £209,920

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Compagnie 111/Aurélien Bory/Stephanie Fuster: What's Become of You? (Questcequetudeviens?)

Appearing as part of the 2014 London International Mime Festival at the Barbican: Thu 30 Jan-Sat 1 Feb www.mimelondon.com

Cie L'Immédiat - Camille Boitel L'IMMÉDIAT

On a stage crammed with machinery, objects, junk and bric a brac of every kind, L'Immédiat is Camille Boitel's tumultuous, visual commentary on the uncertainty and mayhem of modern times. In sixty minutes of beautifully orchestrated circus-theatre chaos, seven young acrobat-adventurers defy a tsunami of unstable forces that threatens to engulf them, with optimism, dark humour and breathtaking physical skills. Camille Boitel trained at Annie Fratellini's circus school in Paris. In 2002 he was a winner at the first Jeunes Talents Cirque, Europe's most prestigious new circus awards. He was an original member of James Thierée's Junebug Symphony Company and made his debut at the Mime Festival with a remarkable solo, L'Homme d'Hus in 2005. Created in 2007, L'Immédiat has toured throughout Europe and was awarded the Prix Mimos in 2010. www.mimelondon.com

2011 London International Mime Festival: Upswing's Fallen

Following events at the National Theatre's Watch this Space, The Liverpool Culture Company for European City of Culture, BBC London, the Commonwealth Games Cultural Festival in Melbourne, and a collaboration on National Theatre of Scotland's Peter Pan, artistic director Vicki Amedume has established Upswing at the forefront of aerial, interdisciplinary circus in the UK. This performance features a collaboration with the animated illustrations of Paper Cinema's Nic Rawling. Part of 2011 London International Mime Festival photos © Hilary Shedel

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