*We are no longer taking applications for this term program at this current moment

Circus skills and performance training for children and teenagers living with disability

Seeking applications of interest for this unique program from July to December 2021

Any questions feel free to call the office on 0435 374 492 and discuss your child’s unique abilities

Apply Here

Let us empower your child to imagine more and dream beyond their body’s abilities through a special circus program filled with tricks and wonder.

July School Holidays – Thurs 8th & Fri 9th July

Kids (ages 8-12) – 11:30 – 1pm

Teens (ages 13-18)  – 1:30 – 3pm

We are launching Circus? You Can! in the July 2021 School Holidays. But this is just the beginning. The program will continue for the rest of the year including holiday programs and weekly classes in school term time. If you can’t join these holidays, still apply with the above form and let us know when you’d like to start. You can join as much or as little as you’d like.

Come give it a go, what could go wrong? it’s a circus!

COST: Free for participants

BYO: Support worker if required (fee not covered by this program)

Leila, Maddie, Hugo & Arlo 2018; rehearsals for Experience Collider. Image by

Other Programs…

Experience Collider

In October 2019, CircusWA and DADAA premiered a multi-disciplinary collaborative performance project,  Experience Collider, at the AWESOME International Arts Festival for Bright Young Things. In this production 28 young people journeyed together as they moved through the Experience Collider.  Each person explored it differently:  some moved suspended in the air, in chairs or on wheeled platforms. Others sang, signed or carried lights and video cameras. They needed to find a way through the Collider as a group, each taking turns but always together.

This unique performance was developed with CircusWA’s Youth Troupes in partnership with DADAA’s teenagers with high support needs. Experience Collider was a groundbreaking inclusive performance using circus, dance, theatre and film. It was the study of a Telethon Kids Institute Quality of Life Study which you can read here; head to pages 60-62 to see how art improves lives. You can also read the full evaluation report here.

Circulate Y16+

Circulate Y16+ runs from 11am-12pm on Tuesdays during the school term. This program has been designed to support young people at risk of or emerging from homelessness. Focusing on self-directed skill development and community building, the Y16+ program has been created in collaboration with APM Communities, Ruah, Fremantle Mind, The City of Fremantle, Life Without Barriers (Ngatti House) and Anglicare (Y-Shac).

You can read more about Circulate Y16+ here.