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An introduction to the world of cirque, inspired by the hit film The Greatest Showman.

Tuesday 28th August
9:30am-3:30pm £24

(early drop off and late pick up available)
Ages 10-16yrs
at The Howard Venue, Hextable

Join us for this fantastic full day workshop running at The Howard Venue this summer.

In the air we'll be learning aerial silks, aerial hoop and trapeze. Moving on to the floor you'll learn some acro dance choreography to link your new aerial skills, including basic gymnastic floor work. We'll be putting your new skills in to a routine to perform at the end of the day.

Absolutely no experience is necessary for these workshops. Participants will be grouped by according to their background in aerial, dance and gymnastics, so we can teach newcomers the basics and also get experienced youngsters doing some more interesting drops, flips and tumbles. Numbers are limited so everyone will get lots of attention specific to their strengths and weaknesses.

This workshop is recommended for girls and boys aged 10-16 as it is a long day and they will be working hard. Older students are very welcome :) Younger students please contact us directly to discuss.

Advance booking essential!

Lunch:Participants need to bring a packed lunch and a drink. They will have access to a water fountain, and can visit The Barre during lunchtime for crisps, chocolate, flapjack, biscuits, sweets and soft drinks.

What to wear:Long trousers such a leggings or joggers are essential. Shorts are not appropriate for aerial work as the backs of the knees will get very sore. For silks and rope the waist and armpits must be covered. A t-shirt which can be tucked in, or a leotard is ideal. Please avoid shiny material as it will be slippery against the silks. Socks for dance/stretch, barefeet for silks and rope.


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