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Show went very well and much appreciated by parents. Staff couldn't quite believe my variety of equipment. Took a tour of corridor and dining room to delight of younger pupils.
Saturday 11th July - St Annes Primary School, Aldridge, West Midlands. Circus workshops for reception to year 4 pupils outside on the playground, on the grass and inside the marquee.
Leaders very helpful in removing and setting up chairs in congregation part of church hall. Tuesday 7th November - Circus Performer Badge, Selly Oak Brownies, Birmingham'Light up Lansdown' - the annual fireworks display at Bath Racecourse. Lovely area for my circus skills outside owners and trainers pavilion. Getting leaders up together for toothbrush twirling and balloon modelling practice worked well. Sunday 28th June - The Moreton Arms(Pub), Wolverhampton Lovely Sunny afternoon.
Surface a bit hard so best not to use this venue in future. Tightrope, hula hooping, didicars, stiltwalking clown clothes and wigs etc. Might need extra green stilts as youngsters predominate in these groups. Toothbrush twirling, 2 bean bag trick and 3-twist balloon modelling. Sunday 3rd September - Alfreton Party in the Park, Derbyshire Placed in the middle of the event this year. At lunch retrieved one lad from 'behaviour room' to show off his unicycling skills to staff and pupils. Tuesday 30th June - Eckington Camm's Primary School, Derbyshire Circus workshops for junior classes. Hands free stiltwalking so successful am lending 2 pairs of stilts trousers for their upcoming musical.
They still all had a great time and tried the 20p tightrope challenge and 20p thirty second hula hoop challenge.'Epic' is how one brownie described the evening. Must get more tarpaulins to cover bikes and equipment tables. Kids reemerged at 20 to 7 and played till nearly 8 in fading light! Wednesday 1st July - Eckington Camm's Primary School, Derbyshire Circus workshops for infant classes.
In retrospect will not do that in future as performance skills a bit much at their age. Lady who booked me up given round of applause by participants! Regular showers which meant covering tightrope trampolines with tarpaulins. Squashed in amongst loads of bouncy castles and other fairground attractions. Hall a bit small so dressing up in library and ezyrollers and jack in the box table outside.
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