Bassline Circus/MHz in association with Feral Arts
KID_X is a get-on-your-feet, forward-thinking, tech-edge show that defies categorisation.
Expect stunning digital circus, world-class street dance, hypnotic video projections, all with the energy of an all-night rave.
Would you like to live for an extra 200 years? Only catch is, you’re a mega corporation’s guinea pig – a super-cool technological enhanced super-human.
Meet our guide to the future, KID_X (Malick Bright aka AndroidX, the flex and krump dance prodigy), fitted with a Lazarus Industries prototype bionic heart, who falls for Gabriella (Amanda Attwood), the insta-famous rooftop acrobat. His heart is corporate property and she’s dedicated to her millions of followers. Dr Lazarus is the trailblazing CEO who’s determined to cancel their young relationship. The alter-ego of dancehall electronica singing sensation, MC Eva Lazarus weaves in stunning live vocals set over an original score by legendary Scottish sound system Mungo’s Hifi.
Step into a boy-meets-girl love story for the future.
A unique mix of urban dance, circus skills, live visuals and new music.
In collaboration with film maker Ciaran Lyons we made a hybrid dance/circus music video for Mungo’s Hi Fi x Eva Lazarus track More Fyah, which was released alongside the project and available as a free download to those who see the show!
How children’s shows are growing up Fest Magazine
BLOG Post Assembly
Dav discusses the journey of bringing the spirit of Bassline Circus’ large scale music festival productions to a theatre setting . https://www.assemblyfestival.com/blog/kidx-by-bassline-circus-mhz-in-association-with-feral
Bex Anson on Kid_X: ‘We wanted to retain some of the energy levels that are specific to festival environments’
some of the best use of projection I’ve ever seen
This is cyberpunk of the social media generation
The List ****
Slick and contemporary blend of music, circus and physical theatre
The Herald ****
Assembly Roxy Part of ‘The Made In Scotland’ Showcase
12 Date Scottish Tour suported by Creative Scotland
Supported by a Tramway Commission, Macrobert Arts Centre, Platform, NoFitState, Jackson’s Lanes and Stratford Circus. Funded by Creative Scotland, PRS Foundation Open Fund, and Arts Council England.
Circus Past Present and Future
Led by NoFit State Circus and the New Vic Theatre, celebrating 250 years of circus in 2018. KID_X along with four other companies were selected as artists in residence.
Check out this film of what we got up to!