How To Square a Circle – Ronan Brady & Aisling Ní Cheallaigh -Circus & Theatre Tour.

How to Square a Circle

Featuring Ronan Brady & Aisling Ní Cheallaigh





Aug 29th                                 Roscommon Arts Centre

Sept 18th – 21st                      Dublin Fringe Festival – The Lir

Oct 23rd – 25th                       The Civic, Tallaght

Oct 27th                                  Westival, Westport

Oct 30th                                  The Black Box, Galway

Nov 18th                                 The Everyman, Cork


Jan 9th                                     The Alley, Strabane

Jan 11th                                   Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray


“Ronan is emblematic of how Ireland has changed… Aisling is a Revelation” -Panti Bliss


“Electrifying physical artist” –


“A crowd favourite” – Washington Square Times“Miraculous” **** – The Guardian



We are delighted to announce a national tour of How to Square a Circle, Aisling Ní Cheallaigh and Ronan Brady’s brand new blend of circus and theatre. Following international tours with Fidget Feet Aerial Dance and THISISPOPBABY, these home grown artists have created a stunning new production that boasts both beauty and raw physicality. Staring Aisling Ní Cheallaigh and Ronan Brady, directed by Raymond Keane and accompanied by the music and soundscapes of award winning composer Alma Kelliher, How to Square Circle explores the limits of the human body and soul in a manner that will both awe and inspire.

How to Square a Circle is a heart-warming story of friendship, ego, love and the joys a cup of tea. With gravity defying acrobatics, aerial dance, cyr wheel and lots of laughter, two of Ireland’s leading circus performers prove that just because something is impossible, doesn’t mean it’s not worth trying.

Supported by The Arts Council of Ireland and Roscommon Arts Centre.

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Tickets are from €11 on sale from local box office and fringe dates available from

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