By Karen Price
26 Apr 2013
They may be renowned for touring in their Big Top but members of NoFit State Circus are about to perform on the big stage at the Wales Millennium Centre, inspired by the Eden Project
With striking bubble- shaped greenhouses and an indoor rainforest as its backdrop, the world famous Eden Project has provided plenty of inspiration for NoFit State Circus.
Two years ago, the Cardiff-based company was commissioned to create a major outdoor aerial acrobatic show to celebrate the world famous Cornwall visitor attraction’s 10th birthday.
And last year, it returned to the site for a second residency, where it developed a new show.
That show, Bianco, is now touring and next week it will be staged on home turf.
It’s three years since the company last toured with Taboo, which wowed audiences at the Edinburgh Festival.
“We decided to take three years off touring that style of work and had two summer residencies at the Eden Project,” says NoFit State Circus co-founder Tom Rack.