"Everyone had a great time, I have never heard 25 kids go silent and then whisper 'wow' like they did! Being a village we saw a lot of the kids again on the Sunday and their parents said they hadn’t stopped talking about the party."
If you're looking for a novel children's party idea, look no further. If there's one thing that children love more than going to the circus, it's having the chance to join in with the activities. Well, there's that and ice cream, but as we don't sell ice cream, we're going to focus on the circus party part.
All our parties are tailored to your needs. If you have the space, we can set up your children's party in your house or garden. If not, there are generally lots of places you can hire for the event, such as school, church, or village halls.
We'll bring along loads of our circus workshop equipment, so everyone can have a go at juggling, diabolos, flower and devil sticks, hula hoops, spinning plates, stilts, unicycles, poi, chinese ribbons and anything else that I've forgotten to mention.
After an introduction and demonstration of how it all works, we'll let everyone lose on all the toys for an afternoon of joyful activity. Then, if you like, (which people generally do) before we pack everything away again we'll spend a little time showing off our favourite tricks.
If you've any questions, such as how much space we need, how many people we can cater for, or a host of other things, have a look at the circus workshop frequently asked questions, or just get in touch.
Adults are more than welcome to stay and play too, in fact it's positively encouraged. For children below or around our minimum age guideline please take a look at our circus playshops for very young children page.
And as a final point, you don't have to dress up, and a lot of
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Of course, some people do think that circus is for kids. You might be surprised to realise just how much adults like playing with all this stuff too. Perhaps it's something to do with the fact that there's still a child in all of us, and perhaps it's more to do with the fact that this really isn't just kids stuff.
It's the grown up version.