This Summer: Swamp Circus

Are you living with a trapeze artist, juggler, clown or acrobat and just don’t know it?

Nurture your child’s hidden talents this holiday with Swamp Circus’ Summer workshops. Learn to walk the tight-wire, swing on the trapeze, throw and catch a diabolo like a pro, or cartwheel down a tumble track.

Try all these fantastic skills and lots lots more!

Swamp Circus is coming to Penrice Academy Tuesday 16th August and Tuesday 30th August, 10am-12pm in the Gym.

Read more about the event here.

“Come along to one of our sessions and learn fun new skills whilst improving fitness flexibility, strength, and confidence. In these two-hour long workshops you’ll learn an exciting range of circus skills including aerial silks, trapeze, juggling, acrobatics, balance, poi, stilts and tumbling. All taught by our fully qualified and DBS checked staff who have experience as both professional tutors and performers.”

Price: £5 per session, per child – Maximum of 25 spaces.

Suitable for all ages but we ask that children under 7 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

Get tickets:  www.crbo.co.uk/swamp

More information: 01326 377008, office@swampcircus.co.uk or visit www.swampcircus.co.uk/events/summer-workshops/

Swamp Circus

Swamp Circus Trust is a charity focused on using circus skills to improve the lives of children, young people and adults. Our highly experienced entertainers deliver outstanding performances, alongside team building workshops, channelling profits into our educational community project Circo Kernow.

As part of this project we run subsidised after-school clubs to improve health and well-being in the local community. We are specialists in aerial, fire, glow, comedy, acrobatics and dance show production.

Circo Kernow is a circus school established in 2002 to assist young people that are out of employment or education. We offer pastoral support, skills and work experience to those aged over 15. Our results demonstrate strong progression into both further education and employment, particularly in the performing arts, film, tourism and leisure industries.