A charming mix of new circus, dance and ilusionism

  • 70 min.
  • From 8 years
  • No spoken language
  • Premiere 12. 5. 2017

Profit from the entrance fee to this performance will be used to help 26 students of Kiev Circus School that we are currently moving to safety. To maximize their support we have added the option to purchase an increased entrance fee in addition to the basic entrance fee. Thank you for you support!

Poetics of old nomadic theatre and circus companies combining all kinds of human skills and creations. Batacchio draws inspiration from the poetics of old theatre companies that used to wander around the country from one place to another. The audience watches a parade of acts, from circus numbers to theatre sketches and music acts, from what seemed like cutting-edge technology to magic tricks, and anatomic anomaly of both humans and animals.

Batacchio is bound to charm you with the ambiance of ancient shows, loaded with magic tricks, breathtaking acrobatics and humor. Seven acrobats and actors in an original fusion of contemporary circus and disciplines you will hardly ever get the chance to see on stage these days.

Directed and authored by Maksim Komaro, the Finnish director who has collaborated with the ensemble since the show Slapstick Sonata. Despite the demanding set design, the company returned with this show to the famous Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.


2017 – nomination for the Thalia Award (category Ballet, pantomime or other dance-dramatic genre, Vojtěch Füllep)

"Acrobats under Maksim Komaro's direction show the spectators, that the company hasn't hit the limits of its creativity yet."

– Tomáš Šťástka (

Shows & Tickets

Not on stage at present.

Current shows



  • Concept, direction Maksim Komaro
  • Music Jan Balcar
  • Choreography (aerial acrobatics) Ilona Jäntti
  • Set design Hynek Dřízhal
  • Technical collaboration(rigging) Jonáš Tichý
  • Lighting design Jan Mlčoch
  • Sound design Jan Středa
  • Costumes, make-up Kristina Záveská
  • Hairstyling Jan Balcařík, Lenka Habartová
  • Photo Jan Hromádko, Tomáš Třeštík
  • Video Jakub Jelen
  • Graphic design Martin Sršeň (Vosa)
  • Production David Ostružár

On stage