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Juggle, dance, create! The Circus House

24 March, 2021 - 14:00 to 15:00

A brief description of The Circus House

The Circus House CIC is nearly 10 years young! They are a social circus in central Manchester. They are passionate about using circus as a tool to build resilient members of communities. From youth circus sessions, including performing in shows and going on trips, to adult weekly fitness circus or therapeutic circus sessions. They pride themselves on having compassionate teachers and a welcoming community. 

What to expect from the session

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