Circus Space

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Circus Space is one of Europe's largest training centres for contemporary circus arts. They offer a two year degree course as well as evening courses and weekend tuition. The London Juggling Convention is also held here.

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Circus Space

Address
Coronet Street
Hackney
London
N1 6HD
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7613 4141
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4 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Circus Space

4.0 out of 5 13 March 2013
by Gemma B.

Surely CS is the daddy of circus training in the UK?

I was fortunate enough to elbow (you literally have to fight) my way onto the 12 week beginners aerial course in early 2012 and thus began my love affair with aerial arts.

The set-up is tremendous, a huge warehouse with half a dozen training rooms and two four story halls full to the brim with circus equipment. It's open to novices and...more

5.0 out of 5 1 March 2011
by mrmarksimpson

Me and the girlfriend went to Da Spago at the weekend.

It was a great afternoon's entertainment.

You have 4 different skills to master.

The trapeze, juggling, acrobatics and tight wire walking.

The trapeze was my favourite.

You are 5 meters in the air and you swing to your hearts content.

Any one can go, as long as you don't have any injuries you will get the most out of it.

£50 for 3 hours of...more

5.0 out of 5 26 July 2009
by atomik247

I spent a day at a Circus Space workshop. It was a birthday present. Had a great time. The staff are very friendly and professional. The workshop included juggling, diabolo, trapeze, acrobatics, tight-wire walking and stilts. My favourite was the trapeze and I was rubbish at juggling!

It was a great opportunity to learn new skills and have fun.

The whole day workshop includes lunch. They also...more

4.0 out of 5 19 December 2008
by Cari S.

So few people know about The Circus Space, and fewer realise that this is a place that everyone can get involved in. It is a beautiful setting - a huge old power station quietly nestled in a cobbled street near Hoxton Square. There is something lovely about walking into a place that trains circus performers who take their acts all over the world.

However came up with the concept of opening...more

4.0 out of 5 11 December 2008
by Angela B.

Who knew that you could get a degree in Circus Acts. Yes, I'm very serious. I think we've got Cirque de Soliel to blame for this one.

All jokes aside though, this school is one of the best in the country if you fancy yourself as a lion tamer or bearded lady. You can actually get a feel for it by doing do a one day started course juggling, tight-wire walking, acrobatics and the flying trapeze...more

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