Anything is possible. That is why this show should actually be called “No Limits”. The new production from Cirkus Cirkör, a regular Festival guest from Sweden, braces itself with all its physical strength against a self-satisfied Europe that is putting up barriers to people who can only find their salvation by fleeing. There, life literally hangs by a thread, the ground is cut from under the feet, the sea is stormy, fragile paper boats capsize, and mountains of rags and empty shoes pile up. This is poignant and disturbing and, at the same time, full of warmth and humour. The message, which is as political as – well yes – entertaining, is that the world should be a bit more of a circus.