Culture after Brexit is a series of articles curated by the British Council, about the future of the cultural relationship between the UK and the European Union after Britain exits the EU. We are inviting journalists, artists, arts professionals and policymakers to contribute to a discussion about what Brexit means for the creative and cultural industries, and what a new post-Brexit cultural relationship could and should look like.
How can circus create change? What can artists in the UK and other parts of Europe learn from each other? As circus celebrates its 250th birthday, Lyn Gardner reflects on Fresh Circus in Brussels, continuing our Culture after Brexit series