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Once a month, Elite training for successful applicants to elevate their gymnastics/dance/cheer training - literally! 


Directors nowadays are expecting all performers to be a quadruple threat - adding circus to their dancing, singing and acting. With choreographers wanting to add more dimensions to their work, they are asking dancers to be able to perform aerial to a high standard, so why not come and learn these skills now. Gain a solid foundation, training at our dedicated studio in Milton Keynes with industry professional and learn all things circus including aerial and acro but also hula hooping, stiltwalking, juggling and more to make yourself super castable for cabarets, cruise ships and more! 

In this class, your child will learn a huge range of circus skills from aerial hoop and silks to stiltwalking and juggling. Popcorns (age 3-5), Big Tops (age 6-9), High Flyers (age 10+). 


Learn from teachers with many years of experience performing all over the world on cruise ships, cabarets at corporate events and more. Teacher training forms part of the experience you gain and the sound people will also get to shadow professional choreographers and circus performers as they work with big companies and at prestigious venues as a standard part of their training. They will leave with an act that is bookable as deemed by a top circus agent who is on the faculty, and be mentored through the applications for jobs or for further training as required. 

We run our associates course in Milton Keynes.


Click below to join, please note - you MUST be of an elite standard in dance, gym or acro to join these sessions. 

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Dates for Milton Keynes: 


24th Mar

28th April 

2nd June

30th June 

28th July 


The beautiful art of forming shapes with your body, while suspended from height, either on a hoop, rope, or silks.


The performance of extraordinary human feats of balance, agility and motor co-ordination.

It is scientifically proven that circus skills can greatly assist in the development of children’s brains, as well aiding in the growth in communication and social skills

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