When it comes down to it, children are pretty shit at most stuff. As adults, especially as relatives, we sit through their talent shows, their sports games or their music recitals as they scratch away at the violin, miss an open goal or belt out Ariana Grande (even though the backing track is for a Taylor Swift song). We clap and applaud and boost their ego with platitudes. But they’re shit… for the most part.
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Originally published on A Younger Theatre
If It’s Not Yet Midnight comes across as a complete mess, may there be more chaos in the world. This is a show that may look slapdash and at times dangerously close to falling apart, but it is actually one of the slickest circus acts that has come to London in a long time. Gone are the days of a single trick, applause and an awkward pause while the stage is being set for the next routine. Compagnie XY bring fluidity and their unique brand of Canadian cool to every portion of this hour-long tumbling fiasco.