If you are 3 or 73, an experienced acrobat or a beginner, we invite you to experience the very best in circus training. Our structured courses are a chance to get fit, learn circus skills, make new friends and stand on them. All in a safe, approved environment.
We have a new home. Circa at Brisbane Powerhouse brings classes to New Farm’s iconic venue – full of sunlight, fresh air, easeful parking and close to coffee. Circa at the Judy is our studio at the Judith Wright Centre, home to the globally-renowned Circa Ensemble with state-of-the-art circus equipment.
We have new classes. From creative ways to engage young minds to dedicated aerial classes with no waiting around, we’ve re-imagined how to learn circus.
We have new dates. We are offering a shorter, 6 week course for the first part of Term 3. This recognises we are in uncertain times and finances are challenging. If you are unable to afford the fees, please contact us about our scholarship options.
Term 3 is open for bookings now. Classes run for 6 weeks from July 13 – August 23.
All new participants who book before July 10 will receive a free Circa T-Shirt.
For information regarding our Circa Classes Participant COVID Safe Guidelines and how to access the Brisbane Powerhouse Stores Studio please click here.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Circa office weekdays between 9am-5pm at 07 3852 3110 or email us at email@example.com
Circa Classes offer a range of classes for adults, children and young people covering circus basics, ground acrobatics, aerials, creative development, physical fitness as well as opportunities to join Circa’s elite youth ensemble, Circa Zoo.
Our adults classes offer a fun and challenging way to specialise and develop your skills, push yourself further and move in new ways.
Through circus’ unique blend of art and sport, young people develop a diverse range of developmental, social and physical benefits. While learning circus young people learn how to navigate and respond intelligently to physical challenges and, by incorporating elements of drama, clowning, improvisation and choreography in our classes, they’re able to grow their imagination, empathy, memory, emotional intelligence and communication skills.
Collectively circus can engage communities around a common interest and draw connections between those who perform on stage, those who watch, and those who are learning the craft.