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This is a re-post by The Virtuoso. This article originally appeared on The Virtuoso, on March 1st 2016. Today, a story that has nothing to do with science or literature, but one in honor of Super Tuesday and Women’s History Month: women’s suffrage! Specifically, women’s suffrage...

This is a guest post by Alison Halstead. Alison is a Mimbre Associate Performer, and a British-born, American-raised, professionally-trained actor. This article originally appeared on her blog 4 foot 6, on 4th September 2016.  ...

This is a guest post by Flora Herberich. Flora has worked in circus in a range of roles from performer to producer; she’s currently circus associate at Jacksons Lane. This article originally appeared on The F-Word, on July 11th 2016.  Sawdust and sisterhood: I’m shamelessly borrowing...

Masterclass: High physicality in a theatrical setting Who it's for Circus performers, physical theatre performers, dancers and actors interested in mixing physicality, theatre and narrative. What to expect Bodies flying, falling, stacking up, a person carrying the weight of another, a person pushing someone else over - all images bursting with...

By Lina Johansson, Joint Artistic Director Mimbre For #1DayWithoutUs - celebrating the contribution of migrants to UK, I thought it appropriate to share Mimbre’s story - which is utterly balanced and built on international travel, migration and collaborations. If you ever enjoyed any of our shows, the classes we...

The speakers and their keynotes are finally revealed - you can find more info here! James Earls: Writer, lecturer and bodyworker specialising in Myofascial Release and Structural Integration. Emma Redding: Head of Dance Science at Trinity Laban. James Wellington: Director, Perform Health Ltd. Performing Arts Physiotherapist. Edel Quin: Programme Leader...