Their faces tell us stories about another continent, with movements that began to be practiced on the beaches of Conacri, in Guiné. Cirque Mandingue, which performed in Serralves, Oporto, in 2012, is the result of a meeting between guinean performers and french circus director Luc Richard. The troupe, formed by nine acrobats and a dancer, explores the new circus concept, betting on team performances but also in solo movements. Aicha Camara, Mamady Camara, Yamoussa Camara, Abdoulaye Keita, François Leno, N’Famoussa Soumah, Mamady Soumah, Djibril Sylla, Ibrahim Traoré, Nabi Youla and Régis Truchy dispense the props and communicate with their bodies.