Recirquel Circus

In July, the Recirquel Circus will return to Israel with an award-winning, circus production, the Naked Clown.

The Recirquel virtuoso circus, which combines the elements of cabaret and entertainment with the new circus toolbox. Acrobats show their masterful circus techniques as well as high-level acting, and individually designed costumes and garments.

The Recirquel Company was founded in 2012 by Bence Vági theater director and choreographer, who created a new, modern circus style unique in Europe. The ensemble started from Budapest, the well-known center of the classic circus, with the aim of giving the audience a new unique experience, combining circus, theater and dance with the traditions of European performing arts.

From the first performance of the circus to this day, they are a permanent guest at the Hungarian Palace of Arts (MÜPA) and places around the world such as the Palace de Festival in Cannes or the Colombian Festival Iberoamericano, the largest South American theater festival. In 2017, Vági was asked to be the producer of the 17th Swimming World Championship final. Subsequently, in August, the company achieved dizzying success at the Scottish Edinburgh Festival, and within a few days all the tickets were sold for the Parisian Night performance.

Nir Slonim writes about the performance on the Mako’s website: “Beyond the level of performance of achingly talented acrobats in divine heights, this is a par excellence drama that has a beginning, a middle and an end, and invites the audience to make a fascinating journey. This journey is both fun and touching, but mostly hypnotic, at the end of which pure catharsis awaits us, from the exalted, pure breed that is so difficult to get through a standard

Nir Slonim writes about the performance on the Mako’s website: “Beyond the level of performance of achingly talented acrobats in divine heights, this is a par excellence drama that has a beginning, a middle and an end, and invites the audience to make a fascinating journey. This journey is both fun and touching, but mostly hypnotic, at the end of which pure catharsis awaits us, from the exalted, pure breed that is so difficult to get through a standard theatre performance. In short, this is as close as it gets to a spiritual orgasm, if there is such a thing. If not, then the Naked Clown just created it.”