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KID_X

Bassline Circus/ MHZ in association with Feral Arts

Urban dance, circus skills and brand new music collide in this futuristic love story.


Designed + Directed by Mhz


Charting the futuristic romance between a boy with a faulty bionic heart and an Extreme selfie queen, KID_X collides the unlikely disciplines of hand-balancing and street dance (Flexin, Krump, BoneBreaking) with hypnotic video projections, original music and live singing by rising vocal sensation Eva Lazarus - all set over digital reggae tracks produced by Scottish sound system Mungo's Hifi.

Show Trailer

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Billed as a Vectorized Circus Concert, the show features MC Eva Lazurus backed by one of the reggae scene’s most in-demand producersMungo’s Hi-Fi, an award-winning circus performer, a street-dancing sensation and imagery by BAFTA winning Scottish animators.

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KID_X is aimed at urban dance, contemporary circus and music lovers as well as being suitable for young/family audiences. Designed as compact ground based show for both standing (dancing) and seated audiences in theatre venues, KID_X focuses on skill and high production values with a spirit of experimentation and minimalist design.


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Credits

AV/Set/LX design/Co director -Dav Bernard
Direction - Bex Anson
Lyricist/MC - Eva Lazarus
Music Production -Mungo Hifi
Dance artist - Android X
Hand Balancer- Amanda Attwood
Costume Design- Saehee Simmons
3D Animation-OnceWereFarmers/ Beeple
Dramaturg-Gavin Marshall
Choreographic Outside eye –Theo ‘Godson’ Oloyade
Company Mentor- Adrian Berry
Produced by Feral

Supported by Creative Scotland, Tramway, Macrobert Arts Centre, Platform, PRS Foundation Open Fund and Arts Council England

Residencies

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Jacksons Lane / August 2017
Stratford Circus / September 2017
NoFitState & New Vic Theatre / March 2018
Platform/ May 2018
Macrobert / September + Apirl 2018

Premiere

05/04/2019
Macrobert Arts Center/Stirling

May
Take Me Somewhere Festival
Tramway, Glasgow