Clown Me In performs for different communities facing marginalisation and poverty. The performance’s aim is to give the audience the pleasure of laughing, and most importantly to tackle their problems through clowns and play.
We aim to stimulate imagination and break down language barriers by exploring personal stories and journeys through the use of physical art forms such as clowning and storytelling.
Our approach to storytelling involves community participation which is why we always spend time with the communities we visit to hear their stories, go through feelings and emotions together, understand their way of living and their needs.
Our performances are simple and soulful. We are interested in the relevance of performance to social and cultural concerns.
Our current performance was created in collaboration with Clowns Without Borders USA and We Must Clown. We have been touring this performance since our 2017 tour this autumn (you can hear more about THAT here). Our performance touches on issues such as hygiene, responsible garbage disposal, toilet and plastic surgery. Our performance is based on … Continue reading Current Performance