From Barely Methodical Troupe
London, England

Bro·mance | ˈbroˌmans | noun (informal)

  • 1: A close, platonic male friendship characterized by love, affection and steadfast support
  • 2: Adrenaline-fueled contemporary acrobatics by the U.K.'s Barely Methodical Troupe
  • 3: A trio of dudes who flip, throw and catch each other, turning handshakes into handstands and racing through fast-paced, high-risk stunts featuring parkour, hand-to-hand balancing tricks and Cyr wheel skills
  • Ex: In Bromance, the astonishing talent of these three mates from London will make a hopeless bromantic out of you.


"Frisky and risky ... smartly crafted and highly entertaining"The Times, London "Astonishing circus skills ... take platonic man love to a new acrobatic level."Time Out Edinburgh "A genuine crowd-pleaser" The Guardian


Performance Facts

Performance Facts

60 minutes with no intermission

This production will be accompanied by Talk-Backs after each performance.
The performance on 2/9 will be sign-interpreted.
Grade Recommendations

Grade Recommendation:

Best for Grades 2 – 12

Ticket Info

Ticket Information

Students: $2
Chaperones: $5

Tickets to school performances are available exclusively to New Victory Education: School and After-School Partners. Learn more about this program.

Getting to Know Barely Methodical Troupe

Beren D'Amico, Louis Gift and Charlie Wheeler, the three performers from Barely Methodical Troupe, really are the best of friends. Inspired by their special bond, the trio created Bromance to celebrate male friendship through acrobatics. They first met through the National Centre for Circus Arts in London, a school dedicated to circus. Though Beren, Louis and Charlie all studied at the same school, each of them specialized in different fields. Beren kicked off his career with taekwondo, Charlie busted some moves with breakdancing and Louis ran circles around the competition with parkour and freerunning. They constantly push the boundaries of their performance by finding new ways to combine different skills into unique tricks and daring thrills.

Did You Know?

  • Beren's specialty, taekwondo, originated in Korea over 2,000 years ago. That makes it one of the world's oldest martial arts.
  • Breakdancing, where Charlie got his start, comes from right here in the United States, where it was created in the mid-1970s. With this high-energy street dancing style, dancers alternate between quick footwork, balancing on their upper body and acrobatic moves like spinning headstands.
  • Parkour transforms everything around you into an obstacle course. Athletes like Louis jump and climb over any obstacle in their path. Freerunning is a more acrobatic version of parkour.
  • The Barely Methodical Troupe uses only one acrobatic apparatus in the entire show: a Cyr wheel. That's a ring large enough for Beren, Louis or Charlie to fit inside while it spins.
  • The performers are already working on their next show, called Kin. This time, the trio has upped the ante by adding three more performers to the mix.


All The Way From...

...London, England


Barely Methodical Troupe won the first Circus Maximus, England's only circus competition, in 2013.

Attending the Performance

All New Victory venues are located on the north side of 42nd Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues, and are wheelchair accessible.


The majority of this season's performances are presented at The New Victory, a 499-seat, historic, jewel box theater. Make yourselves at home in our lobbies (redesigned Fall 2017!) and stow your stuff in free storage lockers.
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Located just west of The New Victory, the New 42nd Street Studios building is a state-of-the-art, 10-story rehearsal studio/office/theater complex. Productions that require a more intimate space play at The Duke on 42nd Street theater and in the Studios.
Seating varies in these flexible spaces.



All New Victory venues feature snacks and souvenirs for sale, and stroller parking and changing tables are available whenever age-appropriate. Lobby monitors at The New Victory show a live stream of the stage so that you won't miss out if you need to leave your seat.
Read more about all three venues here, including accessibility information.
Please do not bring backpacks or large bags to the theater. All bags are subject to inspection.

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Where To Go

 The Duke on 42nd Street and New 42nd Street Studios
229 West 42nd Street New York, NY, 10036

 The New Victory Theater
209 West 42nd Street New York, NY, 10036


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