Circus Workshops for Celebrations & Parties

TK Arts can provide fun and interactive circus workshops at children’s parties, family celebrations and weddings.
Tom has loads of experience in keeping everyone entertained, with workshops from a couple of hours long to all day and evening.
We have enough equipment for up to 100 people to use at once, so long as you have the space!
Many children’s parties are in the local church or village hall, which is an ideal space for a circus workshop.
Workshops can be held outside on grassed areas (not concrete), though some circus skills are more difficult to learn in windy weather.

A Circus Party begins with Tom demonstrating all the equipment that the children will have the opportunity to learn.
This is always an interactive show and a chance for the birthday boy or girl to be picked as a volunteer helper. Adults may also be called upon to assist!
Depending on the size of the group, Tom will either teach everyone the same skill together, divide children into smaller groups and let them explore the skills on a carousel basis,
or run an open workshop where everyone chooses what they’d like to learn and when.

Circus skills taught: diabolo; flower stick; juggling balls and scarves; peacock feathers for balancing; spinning plates.

While there is a break for food, refreshments and the cutting of the cake, Tom will entertain everyone with his own silly mix of juggling and japery!

The second part of the Circus Party starts with a fun group game, which then leads into an interactive, comedy slapstick workshop. This creates another opportunity for some lucky volunteers to help Tom demonstrate the skills.
Children then get into pairs or small groups and devise short sketches combining the circus skills with slapstick, to perform at the end in front of each other and their parents.

Thanks for a great party

Thanks for a great party. Tom kept the children engaged and excited throughout and they all came away thrilled to have learnt a new trick!

Andrew LealeParent of child's 9th Birthday Partyat Tonbridge School Centre
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