Thanks to Amy for this one.
The very nature of circus is one simple question: “Would it be possible for me to [insert trick here]?” From this one question comes every skill and every trick. Every time you master a trick you get to ask the question again. For example:
“Would it be possible for me to stand on my hands?”
“Would it be possible for me to stand on one hand?”
“Would it be possible for me to stand on one hand, on your head?”
“Would it be possible for me to stand on one hand, on your head, with you standing on a rola bola?”
Because, for a circus artist, being able to do one trick in the pub isn’t enough. Circus artists keep on pushing themselves into the next trick, the next skill, constantly making it higher, harder and more exciting.
*Thanks to my student, Michaela, for sharing this video with me
Apart from the usual questions that I get all the time about what I do and how I got into it, lots of people ask me about where and how they can try some circus skills and if I’ll teach them.
And now, the answer is yes. So for all you folks that want to learn some juggling, acrobatic and tight wire here it is:
Saturday, 28th July 2012, 10.00am – 1.00pm at Finchley Youth Theatre where I run Airborne Circus’ classes.
£45 per person
But for all you lovely blog readers… book your space using the code CB1BLOG and get 10% off.
See you there!!