Capicua is a Catalan/Aragones circus-theatre company based in Barcelona founded in 2009 by Rebeca Gutierrez, Yolanda Gutierrez and Iris Mur. With their first show “Cabaret” they tour around Spain and win the Jury Prize in the OFF Festival, Fiestas del Pilar 2009 and in 2011 they win the Prize of the public in the 5th meeting of Teatro de Calle y Artes Circenses de Ávila. In 2012 the company receive the Prize for the trajectory of circus creation in Aragon. At present the company tour with the show “Entredos” winner of several price: public choice award for Best Show at the International Feria de Teatro y Danza of Huesca, 2013; nomination for the best theatrical staging award, Zirkòlika, Catalunia, 2013;  winner of  the Quality Label MQVE-AWARD 2014 (More Quality Visual Theatre for Europe) and best street theatre show at the OFF Festival, Fiestas del Pilar 2014,and show recommended by the commission of theater and circus of the national network of theaters 2015 " In 2017 he undertakes a new creation, Koselig, where they incorporate new aerial techniques (double rope, rotating fixed mop and mast) and add up to five artists on stage. Its hallmark will continue to be the mix of circus and gestural theater.
Oriol Escusell Domènech takes his first steps in the circus world with the group Escarabellos at the age of 17, creating a trapeze duo with Daniel Guerrero and touring around Cataluña. He graduates in physiotherapy in 2008 and then specializes in physiotherapy for performing arts at the CPAE. It’s only in 2009 that he decides to dedicate himself fully to circus, and he moves to Buenos Aires for a year of studies in trapeze and dance at the IUNA, at the Circo Criollo and at
Hotel iocandi is a young circus company born between Barcelona and Mallorca. It is formed by Tomeu Amer, Griselda Juncà and Joana Gomila. Nowadays they are touring with their short piece “Esquerdes”, and meanwhile they are creating their first full length show, which will have its premiere at the end of 2014. The company has been selected for the project “Camins Emergents” 2013-2014.  
La Troca was founded in Girona in 2001 as a performing arts production company. From the start, the company sought to establish alliances with other groups, performers and creative artists to develop projects, with a view to joining ideas, talent and resources. La Troca found itself at the same creative point as the company Estampades, formed by members from the now dissolved company: the need to create a new, visual, physical, mould-breaking street show.
La Bleda is the artistic name of Helena Escobar, a clown with vast experience in family theatre and children´s clown. Her performances are aimed at spreading an educational and social message through humour and theatrical showmanship, using the imaginary world of a clown combined with fruits and vegetables. With every day that passes, every performance, both the shows and the company mature with us. La Bleda made its debut at the Tàrrega Fair in 2001 with the show Històries de Bleda, a spectacle that is still touring, even today.
Mumusic Circus was founded by Marçal Calvet and Clara Poch in response to their need to create transparent shows rich in human values, combining circus, music and movement. Since establishing the company in 2008, they have won several international awards and have performed all over Europe, Asia and America to great acclaim amongst spectators both young and old.
Cecilia Colacrai and Jorge Albuerne began their artistic career together as the dance and circus duo Gira, based on their solo work (Sola? and Dos, respectively) in 2006. At the Ramonville´06 Festival de Rue, they were awarded the Section Decouverte prize, thanks to which they received art residencies at two French centres devoted to circus and dance: La Grainerie (Toulouse) and L´Usine (Tournefeuille). The project concluded with the presentation of a piece at several festivals in the area, including, amongst others, Caravanes de Cirque and La Belle Rue.
Cirkonita is a circus company founded by Javier Barroso and Álvaro Guerrero in 2007. Their first show, Efecte Doppler, was first performed in 2008 and has been taken to the following festivals and fairs: 2008: Reus Trapeze Circus Festival, Vilanova Trapeze Circus Festival, Montgat Curtcirckit Circus Festival, Pleniluni Torredembarra Circus Festival, Gandia Street Theatre Festival, Gest (Esparreguera Festival of Gestural Arts and Movement), Schools Campaign in Vallès county with AC Granollers. 2009: Igualada Festival, La Tamborinada, 3rd Salamanca International Festival of Street Arts, Circorts. 2011: Pirineos Sur Festival, Villanueva de la Serena International Street Theatre Festival. 2012: Jacetania Circus Festival.
Cop de Clown has always mixed adult and visual humour, and the company´s shows are therefore considered ideal for all audiences, in the broadest sense. In each new, highly engaged and daring production, this troupe seeks to explore a new facet of the clown´s art.
Mercè Framis has worked in puppet theatre since 1992, associated with two companies, Framis Von Porat and Els Aquilinos Teatre. Since 2001, her work has focused shadow theatre, using overhead projectors as the source of light. Her activities include creating shows, building puppets, TV appearances and teaching. She has won prizes on two occasions: at the 1993 Vall d'Albaida 1993 International Puppet Show for her production El rossinyol de l'emperador, performed by the Framis Von Porat company; and, in 1997, for the show El príncep feliç, by Els Aquilinos Teatre.
Compañía de Circo "eia" (´yes´ in Sardinia, “élans imprévus accordés´ in French) is a circus company founded when two groups merged: Armando Rabanera, Fabrizio Giannini, Cristiano Della Monica (Cirque Vague, Circo de la Sombra) and Francesca Lissia and Celso Pereira (Celso y Frana). All are united by their interest in exploring and comparing our ways of performing circus. Their passion was born under the same big top in Madrid. From that point, their paths divided, leading them to different ends of Europe for the space of four years.
Delirium is a contemporary circus company founded in Barcelona in 2006 by Sasha Agranov and Estel Segui. In their fantastic, surrealist shows, these artistes combine features from several artistic disciplines: live music, dance, theatre, object theatre and aerial acrobatics.
Circo Los is a contemporary circus company that takes its inspiration from the art passed down by countless masters and trainers from a vast range of backgrounds, with different ways of understanding the art of body expression and the circus. The production the company is currently presenting, Cabarè Paròdia, is a show for all audiences with an impressive set design that can be moved around easily, and is designed both for open-air spaces (squares, streets, sports tracks, etc.) and for performance in indoor theatres or other venues.
Circ Pànic is a circus company founded in 2001 by Jordi Panareda and Alexa Lecomte. Over the 2001-2005 period, the duo created and toured with the show Servei a domicili, giving more than 400 representations in a dozen European countries. 2005-2010 was devoted to producing and performing their second show, La caravana passa. This second production firmly established Circ Pànic as a leading company on the international scene.
After nearly 80 years of touring the world, the Raluy family have built up an extraordinary store of artistic skills and experience. Circ Raluy is a veritable tourist circus museum. The trajectory followed by Circ Museu Raluy since it was established in the mid-20th century, and their persistence in maintaining and expanding a model of historic circus permanently on tour, make theirs a unique spectacle, in terms of both format and content.
The baggage that the Sebas company carry around the world with them includes equipment for object manipulation, juggling, balancing and clown numbers. This is circus based on the classical techniques of the genre, enriched by all the expressive possibilities offered by physical theatre. The company was founded by Manuel Sebastià, a Barcelona artist who learned his trade alongside such professionals as Rogelio Rivel, Philippe Gaulier and Michel Dallaire.
Pepa Plana, a Catalan actress and clown, is a national icon in the genre due to the quality of her shows and her contribution to raising the profile of female clowns, a field in which she has become one of the leading performers in Europe. Having graduated from Barcelona Theatre Institute in 1989 and spent periods as a member of several companies, it was in 1998 that she took the decisive step of forming her own troupe with the clear intention of creating clown shows for adult audiences.
Noemi Diaz and Adrià Mascarell established this company in Brussels in 2008. Having trained in hand to hand and Chinese pole at the French Regional Centre for the Circus Arts (Lomme, Lille), they decided to specialise in aerial cradle with the master Yuri Sakalov (Brussels Circus High School). After Shake your ass and Shake your body, two twenty-minute pieces, Shake shake shake is the company´s first show, which has been touring Europe since June 2010. PakiPaya´s performances are full of humour, warmth, emotion and interaction with the audience.
The company La Corcoles was founded in late-2010 as a result of a meeting between its members, the artists and creatives Andrés Melero and Mariona Moya, who share an interest in mixing their experiences in the performing arts, acquired, to date, in the fields of circus, dance and street theatre. Their goal is to develop their own artistic language, new forms of theatrical expression, taking a minimalist line and eschewing commercial approaches. La Corcoles resides at the Can Cors arts factory in Celrà, Girona.
Industrial Teatrera is a Catalan-Madrilenian theatre company established by Jaume Navarro and Mamen Olías, multidisciplinary artists who seek to communicate with audiences through smiles, laughter and emotions. The company has performed all over the Iberian Peninsula, from Andorra to Portugal, including all the Spanish regions. They have also toured as far afield as France, Italy, Germany, Holland, Austria, the United Kingdom, Miami, Santo Domingo and Mexico, amongst other places, using humour as the universal language.