THE CIRCUS PROJECT

The Circus Project was founded in 1999 by Emma and Dave Taylor, and has gone on to become a well-established aerial circus training facility in Brighton. In 2004 The Circus Project became a charity and has continued to attract and engage a range of people from the wider community, from young individuals to professional circus companies, artists and aerialists. We do this by running classes and workshops, encouraging and supporting new ideas and by working in contemporary circus to produce shows and cabarets to showcase the talents of our students.

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Upcoming Events

Join us at this year’s Funk the Family. As usual we’ll be putting on a number of performances. For more information about the event visit the Funk the Family website

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Little reminder of the amazing acts at last years fundraiser! Tickets are on sale for next weeks return of more awe-inspiring acts and you get to try it yourself too! Sat 2nd Dec 5-8pm. see our events page for more details on booking... ... See MoreSee Less

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Great news!! The National Centre For Circus Arts has accepted our youth student Lauren Gibbs on to the centre for advanced training (CAT) scheme. This programme is available to participants aged 11 to 18 years who demonstrate exceptional potential in performing and circus arts. With a years free training The Circus Project will design a training programme for Lauren in circus arts, dance and other performing arts. Lauren will attend specialist workshops at the National Centre for Circus Arts in London during term breaks. We are extremely proud of Lauren getting through the audition process considering she got one of only 25 places for circus arts in the UK. Our future Circus Star!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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