Marvel at a circus performance like no other from internationally renowned company NoFit State.

You are at the centre of the action this all-consuming theatrical experience, which takes place above and all around you in a big top on the South Bank. As an electrifying live band ignites the room with fiery energy, world-class aerialists and performers fall from the ceiling, juggle, tumble and tightrope walk with jaw-dropping dexterity, as you stand in their midst.

This immersive contemporary circus show, directed by Firenza Guidi, is delivered with pulse-racing raw and infectious energy. Humour and tenderness mix in with the rollicking strains of blues, rockabilly and punk rock music, for a thrilling spectacle of elegance and edge.

Bianco is an out-and-out, oohs-and-aahs circus show that pushes all the right spectacular buttons ****
Time Out
a night of wonderment and pure entertainment
The Big Issue
Joyful, unashamed pleasure
The Guardian
NoFit State... exudes an enticingly musky scent of vagabond glamour
New York Times
This show generates enough heat to melt any blizzard’ ****
Evening Standard

Dates & times

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Guest venues
Big Top


£25 - £39.50
Booking fee: £3.00 (Members £0.00)
£25, £30, £39.50


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Event instructions
Please note that audience members are standing throughout the show and guided around the space by stewards during the performance. The bar is open during the performance.

Due to the format of the performance, it is recommended that you dress casually and comfortably, and leave backpacks and large bags at home.

Related events
Pre-show talks: Thursday 5 & Tuesday 10 January, 6.15pm
Join us before the show to meet key company members of NoFit State. Hear how the show was made, from the artists themselves. The talk runs for approximately 45 minutes and is for ticket holders only.


Bianco Circus like no other
NoFit State has brought its troupe of seasoned circus artistes for a stunt-fuelled extravaganza. But what does the audience think of it?