ETA – this weekend

Arrivals_flyer_3 I see I’ve been beaten to the post (pardon the pun), by Stephen, but just thought I’d give a little further info about the event:

ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival)
Bassline Circus & Les Studios de Cirque de Marseille

Directed by Pierrot Bidon, London’s Bassline Circus joins forces with Les Studios de Cirque de Marseille to produce a breathtaking new collaboration, E.T.A. (Estimated Time of Arrival). Featuring MORE THAN: 100 performers from Camden, the 50 piece London Breakbeat Orchestra, 35 circus performers, 8 video screens, 3 cranes AND a wheel of death.

Join the parade in Battlebridge Road at 7pm before being led to an outdoor location which has been transformed for the show at 730pm. With live samba beats and a train of lanterns, let it take you on a journey past iconic landmarks of the Kings Cross Railway Lands, across times and dimension and bring you to a secret destination. The spectacular performance featuring The London Breakbeat Orchestra, Asian dance, state of the art digital visuals, stunning aerial feats and new-skool circus will create a monumental show to capture this historical day.

Fast, furious, unexpected and unstoppable – fasten your seatbelts and enjoy the ride!

MEETING POINT: Battlebridge Road 7.00pm

For further information or information about access disabled access, please call Camden Arts Information Line 020 7974 4590 or e-mail

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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