Pirates of the Carabina Workshops and Seminars
Wednesday, 19th April 2017
(Suitable for age 16+)
Intermediate/Advanced Circus Workshop.
Bring your own rope option - please let us know in advance (firstname.lastname@example.org)
16 max per workshop.
Early bird £40 (end of Feb) £55
thereafter. Type EARLYBIRD in box at checkout
April 19th 2:30 pm - 6:30 pm
The workshop is suitable for intermediate and advanced level students. We are also happy to take students with less aerial experience if they feel they have good upper body strength and good body awareness; for example, dancers and physical performers.
Alfa Marks discovered the circus after graduating in contemporary dance from the London Studio Centre in 2010, pursuing her passion for aerial performance first as an apprentice with Gerry Cottle’s Circus and then as a solo aerial rope artist. She has performed in theatre shows and festivals across the UK and abroad, for companies including Cirque Bijou, Upswing, Gravity and Levity and Incandecence - joining the cast of FLOWN in summer of 2016 for the company's homecoming at Glastonbury festival. Alfa is an accomplished aerial teacher (she taught an advanced rope masterclass at the European Aerial Dance Festival in the Summer of 2016) and regularly teaches in Brighton.
Jack Rees is a Somerset born physical performer. Growing up he rollerbladed religiously and watched birds passionately. His love of performing came from an early age and has lead on through a road passing pantomime, dance, acting and pulling over at circus. He Graduated from Circomedia Bristol in 2011, working with international companies including Arcadia and The Invisible Circus. He joined FLOWN in 2015. Jack teaches intermediate and advanced corde lisse and hat manipulation.
Starts: Wednesday, April 19th 2017
Bookings close: April 20th 2017
The workshops are at The performance Centre, which is part of Falmouth University at Penryn Campus