Circus PaZaz is here

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)