Free Online Juggling Workshops for Southwark Residents

Free Online Juggling Workshops for Southwark Residents By Feeding the Fish | Every Saturday at 10am

The circus is coming to… your living room! Launching in January 2021, world-renowned circus and performance company Feeding the Fish (based in Southwark, London) are running online juggling workshops for adults all ages, and children 7+. These workshops are designed to be the perfect pick-me-up for the winter Blues – a chance to escape the news and run away to the circus.

Whether it’s a birthday gift, or a fun activity to cut through the boredom of lockdown, our qualified circus trainers will ensure both adults and children share in the fun and learn new tricks to perform at home. Plus, each workshop begins with a craft lesson on how to make your own juggling balls using home ingredients.

Free Online Juggling Workshops for Southwark Residents


Online, via zoom
Every Saturday, 10–10.45am
Free for Southwark residents with the code SOUTHWARK

£12 for two lessons | £150 to book a private lesson (15 people max)

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About Feeding the Fish

Established in 1996, Feeding the Fish is an award-winning LED juggling and dance company that has performed in 57 countries worldwide at events including the London 2012 Olympics, Live on Blue Peter (BBC TV), The Apprentice (BBC TV), the MTV awards and with Cirque du Soleil.

Amongst the performers are qualified primary school teachers and professional circus and dance trainers who have many years of experience teaching both children and adults of all abilities from complete beginner to BA (hons) degree level at the National Centre for Circus Arts.

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