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The Black Blues Brothers are touring the UK

This incredible acrobatic troupe of Kenyan acrobats have dazzled audiences around the world

No one can resist the energy of The Black Blues Brothers in their acrobatic tribute to the legendary  cult movie, The Blues Brothers. This incredible acrobatic troupe of Kenyan acrobats have dazzled audiences around the world and performed for Pope Francis at the Vatican and the British Royal Family at the Royal Variety Show. Back in the UK after a sell-out, five-star run at the Edinburgh  Festival Fringe, The Black Blues Brothers will tour the UK this autumn. 

Set in a nightclub, reminiscent of the Cotton Club, a vintage radio blasts out nostalgic ‘80s hits from  the film, including Gimme Some Lovin’, Sweet Home Chicago and Soul Man. As the barman and  waiters transform into performers, the acrobats perform jaw-dropping balancing acts, towers of  chairs, high-octane drumming, a fire-laced limbo routine and extraordinary human pyramids! Using  every chair, table and coat rack available, The Black Blues Brothers brings together contemporary  circus and musical comedy as a spectacular night out for all the family. Everybody needs someone  to love, and they need you, you and you to get up and get down with them! 

The Black Blues Brothers bring the energy of African Circus to the UK. Having trained at the  Sarakasi Trust in Nairobi, these brilliant acrobats learned crucial skills and gained independence.  The Saraski Trust presents the best of Kenyan creativity and empowers trainees and contracted  artists by giving them tools to manage their craft and careers. This support system is seen no more  clearly than in the mind-blowing pyramids performed by the troupe. It is through their circus that  they escape their surroundings and unleash their joie de vivre.

The Black Blues Brothers 

Performance Dates September – October 2022 

Running Time 100 minutes, including a 20 minute interval 

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