Here are some nice photos from last weekends Playgroup festival Nr Lewes E.Sussex 15/8/13 A colourful small & friendly festival, We supplied our circus tents for the Little Bugs Kidz & family area. Over the weekend kids & families enjoyed making stuff in the little craft tent, poi passion circus skills, drumming workshops, Kidz disco & shows in the bigtop from Zaz, Dotty Spotty Socks & Bodger & Badger.
We were visited by the Worlds fair the UK trade paper for showmen & women back in May. Here they give us a nice and very detailed review of our new little circus show.
Hi everyone, just catching up with Zaz’s blog before we set off for Glastonbury festival. So far this summer we have visited quite a few primary schools with more to come. Last week we visited Giffards in Essex, a sentimantal gig as this is the school where Fred & Chi chi performed as freds flying circus for the last time & our 3rd visit. This school are especially nice & always thrilled that we take the time to visit them. We like to arrive after school & build up the tent with the help of the pta ready for all to see in the playground next morning. The school bell rings, soon after the first year3 class are sat on the grass sketching the tent whilst taking registration. Each year Giffards primary year 3 choose circus as a project. After playtime the class and teacher join us in the circus ring for the rest of the school day. Together the class learn their own show to perform at showtime after school. These workshops are a inspiring & interesting tool help to increase play, concentration, team work & self esteem levels not forgetting fantastic happy memories for all the family. Both classes of children did a fantastic job together we hope there parents are proud of them and everyone enjoined the 2 fantastic after school community events. Here are a few snaps to see….
Now we head south west to Glastonbury country! Zaz is pleased to be part of the Kidzfield the biggest free children’s party in Europe. Zaz will be performing in the kidz tent with some of the coolest crew including the CBBC presenters & many more! If your at Glastonbury with your children come say hi you won’t want to leave the Kidzfield! click here for lots more info bye for now, Zaz
Last Weekend we put up the tent for the first time this year for a special occasion we will remember for many years to come! Click here to read the story in full
After a busy christmas entertaining so many children in santa queues & at jolly xmas parties we are now taking bookings for summer ’13
Our Beautiful little BigTop can be seen from everywhere adding a spectacular focal point perfect for family events & festivals……let us create a fantastic children’s space to play, learn circus skills, enjoy entertaining family shows with performances at regular intervals throughout the day, ticketed by the event or free entry to guests. Up to 3 shows per day in ticket sales can generate revenue for your event rain or shine. The tents & all of our circus equipment are transported by Van & trailer for easier access for schools & busy areas like London.
We offer schools hands on circus skills workshops, fundraising circus shows for school fetes & children’s circus shows. During the school week we work with a class or chosen group of children & teacher. Together we learn a fantastic show that they will perform in the tent that evening before their parents & a live audience of friends & family. This has proved to be a truly magical experience that both kidz, parents & teachers will remember for years to come!
If you, your school or PTA would like price info & date availability please click here or call 07789187616 & we will be in touch with all the details.
Great to see clown Zaz featured in cool kidz magazine Anorak for their circus issue! If you have ever seen a copy of the happy mag for kids you will know that its always an inspiring arty read for cool kids age 6-12 but adults will find it interesting too, well I know I do! for more info on how to arrange a copy to your bedroom, mums & dads check it out here www.anorakmagazine.com
2013 season Sees the beginning of “Circus PaZaz”. Within our “little bigTop” we can create, teach, & perform everybody’s favourite highlights of the Circus. PaZaz is a continuation of the work of Fred Delius from Freds’s Flying Circus. Apart from a list of circus tours & worldwide cabaret Fred has continued to teach in schools developing a kidz show performance whilst generating funds for schools, I myself as a child was in the show during the early years of the Bognor clowns convention.
Once this 2012 summer season is over & during the winter months Not only will Mrs Zaz be giving birth to our first child, We will be planning a new team to create fresh new school tour. Fred will be very much still involved as frankly I need his circus knowledge & henry dog is Top security for the camp! with Fred’s encouragement & support are happy to continue this tradition on! We will also be working on creating the ever popular Kidz area/zone perfect for family friendly festival & events, “have a go Circus skills” both indoors in the little bigTop & out on the grass with colourful mini circus really is the perfect place for all ages to play & practice many circus skills. We are now taking bookings for next season april-October, watch this space……and for all other enquires for kidz parties-larger events for the reminder of this season & Christmas bookings please click here
Matthew Indge or better known as Clown Zaz, has been entertaining children & families since he was a kid! & takes great pride in his work. Over the years he has made a lasting impact on many children and adults from all walks of life.
Zaz has played a major part in the children’s entertainment circuit in our capital city. He has had the pleasure of performing for many celebrity family’s, and at many of London’s diverse street , park festivals & grand locations and buildings. International bookings by request from Holland & Denmark as far a field as Calcutta, India. (At no point during the weekend does Zaz stop smiling. He exudes energy, enthusiasm, joy. The Guardian news paper 17/3/11)