What's On?

Here you'll find a full run down of all of the events and workshops running in the different areas.

If you have an amazing skill and would like to share with others by running a workshop please use the volunteer form below and we'll fit you in to your convenience. This does not have to be 100% juggling, slacklining, circus related. Past events include yoga, paper aeroplane making, & story telling. We're happy together and promote arts for all - volunteer your skill here or get in touch with any special requests.

16/04/23 - More Breaking News! Renegade Show Takeover - Mr Freak & The Juggling Gent

Renegade ˈre-ni-ˌgād  : an individual who rejects lawful or conventional behavior.

Yes, from 11pm, when the younglings and those of a nervous disposition are safely tucked  up in bed, it's time for late night shenanigans! 

The juggling Gent will compare a show not to be missed (or unseen). The real stars of this show will of course be you! 

Do you have a favourite trick or act that requires minimal set up? A random act of weirdness? All disciplines welcome. 

Make yourselves known and be a  Renegade! Click For More Info

17/04/23 - Breaking News! Barnton Circus will be onsite with their amazing aerial rig to deliver acircus workshops and classes!

Book now to avoid dissapointment as places are strictly limited. You can partake in any or all of the following: Trapeze, Aerial Hoop, Silks and Partner Acro. Plus for the little dudes we have a special kids intro to Aerial Circus Skills. Click here to Book Now

Saturday Evening Family Show!

Featuring: Bartnon Circus & Top Secret Mystery Star Guest - Matt Kerr aka The Juggling Gent - plus, not many, but maybe, some others! Definitley not Mr.Freak!! This is a family event after all. Please note if he decides he's coming then he's coming he is unstopable, and fun...and freaky!! 

Circus Olympics

High skill, low skill & no skill* games for all the family. Compete, Cheer, Enjoy! There's something here for everyone. 

Home of the largest "Rock Off" this side of the equater (probably) and hosted by our most favourite (not that) Peter Duncan!

There'll be fun and games throughout the weekend and this is the big coming together to truly celebrate World Juggling Day 2023

Back By Popular Demand!  Marbury Park Outdoor Swimming Pool

We're stoked to be able to confirm, that for your recreational delights, we have booked Marbury Pool!

The pool is booked from 7-9pm on the Saturday and tickets are available for £5+ booking. The ticket fee goes directly to the upkeep of the pool and swimming club which is run by volunteers.

There will be some places available 'on the door' but pre booking will give a better idea to the pool as to what level of staffing is required along with guaranteeing you a place.

You can pre book your ticket here:  https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/marbury-park-swimming-club/t-krygrad

FYI, Ticketsource have an insurance policy that you can add to your ticket (cost of 65p per ticket) - in the event that the ticket can be refunded in case of medical issue etc. In this situation, Marbury Pool would honour the refund, and cover the booking fee so please feel free not to take this option.

And check out the pool with lots more info here: https://www.marburyparkswimmingclub.co.uk/

All event activities will be published to a calendar with dates and times very soon. Plus for as much as we all love to plan ahead we'll be updating the schedule live and direct as the weekend unfolds for add-on activities and entertainment so keep your eyes peeled 8)

Family Juggling Workshops (Times to be confirmed) - suitable for all ages

Guardian/Parent to be present for all under-16s at all times

Beginners Workshops (Times to be confirmed)

Ball Juggling 101

Club Juggling 102

Beginners Club Passing 999

Juggling Workshops for Jugglers (TBC)

Slacklining Beginners Area

Register for access to the North West Slack Fest beginners zone for:

Story telling workshop

Guardian/Parent to be present for all under-16s at all times

Saturday afternoon - Info Tent

Come one, come all for a guided and collaborative weaving of tall tales and tiny adventures in what could be the last word of the day for any little minds needing a rest (as if!). Bring a blanket and a teddy, even bring the kids if you have any, this will be the only attempt at calming down the small folk as a collective and all are welcome.