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How did a Jewish acrobat escape the Nazis?

Theatre and circus artist Stav Meishar takes her show The Escape Act to Jacksons Lane on Monday 22 and Tuesday 23 September, which came about after she chanced upon the amazing story of a Jewish acrobat who survived the Holocaust…

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An aerial performer hanging onto a rope
An aerial performer hanging onto a rope

How did a Jewish acrobat escape the Nazis?

Theatre and circus artist Stav Meishar takes her show The Escape Act to Jacksons Lane on Monday 22 and Tuesday 23 September, which came about after she chanced upon the amazing story of a Jewish acrobat who survived the Holocaust…

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5 Things Learned at Montreal’s Circus Market

A few months ago an invitation dropped into my inbox: “Cher Monsieur Berry, Du 8 au 11 juillet, le Marché International de Cirque Contemporain va réunir des artistes Canadiens et Internationaux, des programmateurs et des professionnels des arts du cirque. Voulez-vous…

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Major Redevelopment in 2020

We have some incredibly exciting news to share. We’ve just got word from Arts Council England that they will provide £2.26 million in funding through their Large Capital Grants scheme, funded by the National Lottery, to support our capital redevelopment…

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Circus for Social Change

International Social Circus Day 2019 Saturday 6 April will be International Social Circus Day. From Kiss a Ginger Day to National Peanut Butter Day, at the moment it feels like there’s a day for everything – but this one is particularly…

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