Circus

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Our circus performers delight and inspire audiences, both young and old – aerial, music, stilt walking, puppets, hula hooping, fire spinning and acrobatics.

Recent and up-coming projects include:

  • Glastonbury Festival

    Stilt walking performance with Greenpeace

  • WOMAD Festival

    Magical woodland walks

  • Shambala Festival

    Stilt walking performance

  • Mhor Festival – Sea Circus

    Corde de lisse performance

  • Fordell Castle

    Stilt walking and corde de lisse performance

  • Trapeze, fabrics and corde de lisse classes.

    All or Nothing Aerial Dance Theatre and Dance Base.

  • Magical Woodland Walks

    Mhor Festival, Woodland Trust and Forestry Commission woods throughout the UK.

  • Stilt Walking walkabout acts:

    Lord and Lady Gale (Force)

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Flora and Talula

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Azan Shoopard

  • Hula hooping and fire performance

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  • Testimonials

    “You guys were wonderful today, truly spellbinding.”

    “Your actors were a sheer delight and in an instant captured the attention of our children! Such superb delivery of character and effect. It was completely enchanting!! As a teacher I was both impressed and uplifted. There are very few things that are organised for our children that ever manage to completely capture their imagination and enthusiasm quite as much as your team did…”

    — Teacher, Bellsquarry Primary School, Livingston

    “The wonderful company Rowanbank entranced children from local schools by unfurling themselves from up in the trees, operating puppets in the long grass and taking the children on an entertaining and educational trip through the woods. Absolutely charming…”

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    Rowanbank was shortlisted for an RSPB Nature of Scotland Award in the youth and environment category.