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Circus Great Hall


Circ Bover

Friday 22

20 hours

Saturday 23

20 hours

Tuesday 26

20 hours

Wednesday 27

20 hours


60 minutes


From 5 to 20 euros

The Mallorcan company Circ Bover has occupied a notable place on the national and international scene for some time now. Its artistic progress and the quality of its shows have earned it a place in its own right at the Sala Gran of the Teatre Principal, with what will be it its first big theatre show, coinciding with the Christmas period. It does so with an innovative and risky stage proposal, accompanied by live music from one of our most suggestive bands, Highlands Project, along with other guest musicians.

Sentinel is a small island that is home to a tribe that remains there without impacting on our civilization. It is a community that is deeply bound to the nature surrounding it. We are not welcome on Sentinel because modern man makes ambitious strides forward without looking where he tramples, and without understanding resources or balance, unaware that nature is supreme and that one day it will rebel.

This is a contemporary circus show that experiments with structures built with bamboo and rope, based on the principle of tensegrity.

Sentinel is the starting point, the sacred place that is the origin of the world.
A production by the Teatre Principal of Palma with the Circ Bover

Author and director

Pau Bachero, La Mecànica


Sergio Llopis


Mon Joan Tiquat

Technical Circ Direction

Ignasi Gil


Toni Ríos


Xema Borràs


Pep Garau

Scenography, Custom Designer and Lighting

Xesca Salvà

Original idea

Tià Jordà


Pep Lluís Garcia


Noche Diéguez, Martina Covone, Andrea Sperotto, Adriana de Carvalho, Mon Joan Tiquat