Fuerza Bruta to Return to London's Roundhouse in December

By Mark Shenton
June 7, 2013

Fuerza Bruta, twice before seen at London's Roundhouse in 2006 when it re-opened that venue after a refurbishment and again last Christmas, is to return to the Roundouse for an extended run beginning performances Dec. 23, prior to an official opening Jan. 9, 2014, for a season through March 2.



According to press materials, it is a "theatrical experience that floods the senses," including such visual effects as the image of a man bursting full throttle through a series of moving walls and another that creates a watery world suspended just inches above the audience.

Fuerza Bruta, which translates to "brute force," is an Argentinean-founded multi-sensory spectacular created by artistic director Diqui James and musical director Gaby Kerpel, the same creators of De La GuardaFuerza Bruta is produced by Ozono Producciones.

It originally premiered in Buenos Aires in 2005 and has been seen in New York, London, Lisbon, Cordoba, Buenos Aires, Bogota, Sao Paulo, Rosario, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Queretaro and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, with recent engagements in Antwerp, Bilbao, Knokke Heist, Madrid, Berlin and Tel Aviv. Its Asian tour will run in Beijing, China, throughout summer 2013 and then move on to Seoul, Korea, throughout autumn /winter.  

In a new initiative, the Roundhouse is introducing a dynamic pricing structure for this run, starting at £32.50 to the earliest bookers and changing with time.

To book tickets, contact the box office on 0844 482 8008, or visit www.roundhouse.org.uk for more details.