Circus Performances for schools
Three's A Crowd
One's lonely, two is company, but when there are three all kinds of stuff can happen!
Three's A Crowd is a circus show performed by three of WA's most exciting young circus artists, and is designed for years K-6). Inspiring and breathtaking circus skills and a fast pace also make this show entertaining for all ages!
Directed by Isobel Lyall, Three's A Crowd explores the theme of social isolation and approaches to conflict resolution when feeling left out.
This performance will promote students' understanding of social problem-solving and resilience, providing rich, relatable examples of different strategies and approaches with varying outcomes to discuss in the classroom.
Three's A Crowd includes a wide range of circus skills, such as juggling, acrobatics, hula hoops, and handstands. Trapeze can also be included, either by rigging from a suitable existing structure (many undercover areas and school gymnasiums are perfect), or by erecting a free-standing trapeze rig.
Three's A Crowd is available to perform at your school for a fee of $12 per child (ground based show, without trapeze, 30 minutes). Trapeze rigging involves additional costs which vary according to the circumstances.
Three's A Crowd is also available in a show + workshop package, allowing students to have a go at the skills they have seen performed.
"ARRR" is for Adventure
Nautical Nonsense and Sea Shanty Shenanigans are on the horizon! "ARRR" is the perfect piratical circus show for the family. Combining contact juggling, prop spinning/manipulation, puppetry and mime, Pirateman delivers a wonderful adventure based show for the family!
“ARRR” lasts for 45 minutes (or a 20 minute abridged version) and can be performed on stage or in a street theatre style setting. The show has gained a 4 star rating at the Adelaide Fringe Festival 2017 (Kryztoff RAW) and 3½ stars by The West Australian during Fringe World 2016. "ARRR" is performed across WA regionally and locally at various festivals including the Kununurra Show, Esperance Festival of the Wind and Balingup Medieval Carnival just to name a few.