Friday, 28 June 2013

Bezerkaz Circus - Amazing Entertainment for Any Event!


From village fetes, weddings, birthday parties & town Festivals to nationwide events such as Glastonbury Kid’s Field, WOMAD, the Girl Guide Association Centenary Camp & World Scout Jamboree - Bezerkaz Circus have performed jaw dropping tricks, made gigantic bubbles and taught exciting circus skills all over the UK and beyond.

We set out to amaze, inspire and facilitate a thoroughly enjoyable experience.

Set up in 2001, we offer an incredible variety of tricks for children’s parties and are much more than just children’s entertainment. We can mix shows, walkabouts & workshop activities, for a unique experience of both amazement and meaningful learning. 





Photo Courtesy of David Weedon
Our circus skills workshops allow children to try challenging activities such as plate spinning, diabolo, juggling, twirling, balancing objects, bubble making, clown games and lots more, meaning that everyone will find something they enjoy and CAN achieve- So much more valuable than ONLY watching a show. We adapt and tailor workshops for all ages and abilities and are specialists in the field of special needs and disability schools and integrational workshops.

In addition, we can meet and greet on stilts, perform bubbles, make balloon models, juggle fire and offer a clown show all helping to make your event and unforgettable and educational experience.
This year we will be working all over England - Lounge on the Farm in Canterbury (Kent) , Party in the Park - Woking (Surrey), Whitehaven Maritime Festival (Cumbria and Lake District), Lyne Family Fun Day (Surrey), Dursley Town Festival (Cotswolds), Bakewell Music Festival (Derbyshire), Burgess Hill Fun Day (Sussex) as well as countless schools, school fetes and children's birthday parties. 

Please do see our websites 


or call 07866261346 for more information. 


This isn't a paid for post, this is a post for a good friend of mine. I can vouch that he is a born entertainer and would be brilliant for events, particularly for children. 

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