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Circus Suburbia provides a variety of circus acts and shows to many different events. Please take a look through our past projects to get a better understanding of how we can help make your event, festival, gala or party exceptionally memorable. Click on pictures for information.


As a social enterprise, we provide luxury and bespoke entertainment to events, re-investing profits into our weekly youth circus, outreach projects and community events.


To see what events we have coming up, please scroll down the home page.

Circus Suburbia helped to launch Canadian & Portland's £30 million development of the riverside area next to Kingston Bridge, into upmarket restaurants, a pop-up restaurant area and performance space.


We continue to supply the development with stilt walkers, jugglers, hula hoopers and other walkabout / wandering entertainers.



Circus Suburbia collaborated with Aniela Zaba and Robin Hutchinson to provide high quality circus acts for a burlesque cabaret evening on a grand scale, at the Rose Theatre Kingston.


Acts of a high quality and cheeky nature wowed audiences at all three events, with acrobats who stripped mid-somersault, a comedy fox and hunter pole duo, and a singer with witty, sexy and empowering songs who surprised the guests with a silks performance that Pink could only dream of being a few of the wide variety of acts from Circus Suburbia artists.



Youth Circus Performers Hula Hoop Flower
Site Specific Circus Show Commission

Circus Suburbia regularly takes workshops, shows & entertainers to the Feltham Arts, in Feltham town centre.


In 2014 we created a bespoke circus show for a half term event, with Jon Udry compering and juggling, and our talented Youth Circus performing hula hoop and acrobatics.




In 2012, Creative Youth commissioned Circus Suburbia to create a site specific outdoor circus show, to test the possibilities of developing an area of Kingston into a pop-up performance space.


Katie Hardwick directed the youth circus in a show which used a loading area and multi-storey car park to stage a circus show on many levels. The space is now part of the Riverside Walk development and Circus Suburbia shall return with a show in July 2015.




The developers at Riverside Walk, a collection of restaurants by Kingston Bridge, have invested hugely in the arts by installing an aerial rig in The Yard @ Riverside Walk.


We performed cabarets of aerial silks, trapeze and static cloudswing with a Wizard of Oz theme, aongside the Birdies film festival, as our first test in the new space. Read about our other Yard shows!




Persephone Circus Show Poster Circus Suburbia
Persephone Circus Theatre Show
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