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Aerial theatre is swinging by Canterbury

PUBLISHED: 16:25 20 October 2016

One of the aerial performers suspended above the ground

One of the aerial performers suspended above the ground

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The acrobatics show features four performers and glass platforms suspended above the ground

Aerial theatre company Scarabeus are bringing their acrobatic show to Canterbury.

The show, Depths Of My Mind, features four glass platforms suspended above the audience, with a performer on each, as well as a Chinese pole, music and of course, danger.

Artistic director for the production, Daniela Essart, said: “We have a dream team of aerialists, actors and dancers for this tour.”

And Plays To See, the review company said of the show: “There are many memorable moments. The four performers ooze vitality. The dive-bombs on the Chinese pole are nothing short of thrilling while the mirroring and simple placing of a foot or hand shows delicacy and contrast.”

Depths Of My Mind is coming to Canterbury’s Gulbenkian on November 13.

Tickets cost 38.50-£12.50 and can be purchased from www.thegulbenkian.co.uk

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