Looking for a place to learn circus? Here’s a good place to start!
All featured organisations are CircusWorks members, which mean they are fully insured and have DBS checked staff.
Belfast: Belfast Community Circus School
Adventure Circus Perth was created in January 2015 and is an aerial, acrobatic and fitness club for people who like to do things a little differently.
Adventure Circus operates from a dedicated circus space and has a fantastic team of local circus instructors and regularly welcome additional guest instructors to lead classes for all ages (tots to 60+) in Perth.
Performance is at the heart of what we do, and we provide opportunities for our students to perform throughout the year. We also host annual theatre shows, as well as providing performers for corporate events.
Our mission is to provide variety (to be vocational, active, recreational, inspiring, entertaining, technical and for you) and our values are that we are happy, adventurous, inclusive, rewarding and young at heart!
Everyone loves the circus, try us out and discover for yourself!
Edinburgh: Think Circus
Swansea: Circus Eruption
Newcastle upon Tyne Circus Central
Leeds: Leeds Childrens Circus
Manchester: The Circus House
Sheffield: Greentop Circus
Norwich: The Oak Circus Centre
Fly through the air, high above the ground, somersault effortlessly through the air as you leap from bar to bar, it’s the pinnacle of circus arts – Flying trapeze is the most spectacular and jaw dropping act possible, and now you can actually come and try it for yourself. It’s much more accessible than you would imagine, you will be amazed at how much you can achieve on our full size flying trapeze rig, in just one 2 hour class. All Bars Flying Trapeze Website
School of Larks is a rural based school of circus arts. Our team of performers and teachers is based in rural Gloucestershire. School of Larks currently provides both structured classes and training in aerial and circus skills for all ages in Stroud, Nailsworth and the surrounding areas. We are very interested in the educational and creative possibilities of aerial and other circus disciplines and the benefits they provide for self-esteem, coordination, autonomy, strength, flexibility and self-control. Working closely as a group cultivates mutual respect and understanding, a key skill regardless of age. The variety of skills in circus allows each individual the opportunity to find their interests and their passions. Aerial and other circus skills provide a combination of sport and art so may be considered an important educational tool. School of Larks
Frome: Circus Stars
Torpoint: Baba Yaga’s Circus for All
Truro: Cirque du Ciel