free workshop for practitioners

We are hosting a FREE skills-sharing workshop with John-Paul Zaccarini in December.
Places are limited so hurry to book yours!
Please forward this information to anyone you think would be interested.

The info is below.

Please note – contact Lydia at Circus Space for more info and to book (not Emma at The Circus Project)
M
any thanks,
Emma

Emma Taylor
The Circus Project
mail@thecircusproject.co.uk
www.thecircusproject.co.uk


 DEVISING WORK WITH YOUNG PEOPLE 

Monday 6 December 1-4pm @ Hangleton Community Centre, Harmsworth Crescent, Hove, BN3 8BW
A skills-sharing workshop for youth circus practitioners, or anyone working in a creative context with young people.
Organized by The Circus Space, hosted by The Circus Project and led by John-Paul Zaccarini  www.companyfz.com

This is an opportunity to learn more about devising work with  young people, making stories and meaningful work using circus or other physical skills. John-Paul was nominated for a Circus Fellowship and for the Best Actor Award by The Stage. He choreographed aerial dance for The Royal Variety Show, The Nobel Prize Ceremonies and directed the London Youth Circus ensemble show.

The emphasis of these workshops is on learning from each other and developing a shared understanding of good practice.  Each event will be followed by an opportunity for networking.
To book your space contact
lydia@thecircusspace.co.uk or call 020 7613 8248. 

 

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