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Roundhouse, London4.29 reviews
London premiere of Lexicon, contemporary circus from NoFit State

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Lexicon circus tickets are now available for the limited Roundhouse run!

Following sell-out European and UK tours, Lexicon, the large scale contemporary circus production is coming to London’s Roundhouse for 16 performances only! Celebrate the new year in style with NoFit State Circus as they bring the big top to London! Book tickets for Lexicon for the entire family now!

Contemporary Circus Lexicon comes to London!

Brought to you by the UK’s leading large scale contemporary circus company, NoFit State, Lexicon is fun, free-spirited and playful. This world is full of people who don’t quite fit in-- it’s a world full of wonder, laughter and levity. Watch as these free-spirited performers take to the stage, and the air, with a twinkle of mischief in their eyes. There will be flying desks and flaming torches, aerial acts, ropes and trapeze. This poetic presentation is guaranteed to be in the unique signature style of NoFit State, with a live band to boot!

For 16 performances only the UK’s leading contemporary circus company is set to entertain the whole family with the London premiere of Lexicon. This show was created to be entertaining and to be enjoyed by one and all, so come down to the Roundhouse and enjoy the Circus!

NoFit State Circus Company

NoFit State Circus company was founded more than thirty years ago and has grown to become the premier large-scale, contemporary circus company in the United Kingdom. Though the company has grown in fame, scale and prestige, they still live, eat and work together to bring their special blend of traditional and contemporary circus arts to people around the country. 

Lexicon is directed by Firenza Guidi, artistic director of ELAN Wales, and director in residence for National Youth Theatre Wales and NoFit State. Her work with NoFit State won Best English Language Production at the Theatre in Wales Awards. She also directed NoFit State’s Bianco which played the Roundhouse in 2013. 

Lexicon tickets from £18!

With 16 performances only and tickets available for under £20, Lexicon tickets are expected to swing right out of the big top. Secure your tickets to Lexicon circus today for a day the whole family can enjoy!


Additional Information

Age restriction

Suitable for all ages. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult

Running time

2hr (inc. interval)

Performance dates

3 January - 18 January 2020

Special notes

Latecomers will be admitted at a suitable break in the performance

Venue Information

RoundhouseChalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8EH

Customer Reviews

9 reviews4.2

Kathryn Bunker19th January

It was an engaging show full of a lot of talent and humour. Thank you

Phil17th January

Thoroughly enjoyed it

Mr stephen davey12th January

I had not read anything about the show beforehand nor watched any videos, and my choice to go was a spur of the moment one so I had no expectations. I went with my wife and our children (7 and 8 yo). The view from our seats was fine despite being the back row but I imagine any seat in the Roundhouse would be fine in that regard. Overall my children enjoyed it but started to show signs of having had enough towards the end (2.25 hours long including 20 min break). Throughout there is a live band playing (and singing) which I quite enjoyed. There were the expected contents of high wire, juggling, acrobatics, trick cycles etc all interjected with some humour and with a contemporary feel (no ring master and many performers coming and going). Overall I'd give it a solid 7/10, and I'm not really a circus fan, but both kids said they enjoyed it

Alison12th January

Fantastic music as well as circus acts.

Michael Woods10th January

The acrobats were in general quite good. But they didn't manage to nail some of the more difficult tricks. The show was let down by the overall production, I had no idea what the story was about and the accompanying music was pretty average. I feel like the show didn't fully capitalise on the talents of the acrobats.

Tara Phillips5th January

A beautiful, funny, exciting and eccentric show. Great music and a brilliant night out!

Heather Bassett4th January

Absolutely fabulous show

Teresa Griffith4th January

Entertaining and very talented artists, a very enjoyable evening

mischa verhaert4th January

Well composed,, good interactions between performances and music!