Class clowns come in from the Fringe

Canning Gazette - - NEWS -

THERE will be plenty of clown­ing around when Can­ning Vale Col­lege opens the doors to its train­ing venue to run com­mu­nity work­shops as part of Fringe World.

Per­form­ers from CVC Circus will fa­cil­i­tate the fun and en­gag­ing work­shops for chil­dren, giv­ing them a chance to try some­thing ex­cit­ing and new.

CVC has been run­ning the Ex­ten­sion Circus Arts pro­gram and Circus troupe for the past 10 years un­der the di­rec­tion of Crys­tle Challinger.

The pro­gram en­gages 87 ded­i­cated and tal­ented young circus per­form­ers from ages 12-18, who cre­ate and de­velop their own 50minute stage shows that tackle im­por­tant as­pects of chil­dren’s men­tal or phys­i­cal health aware­ness.

They also run lo­cal char­ity and com­mu­nity events, un­der­take ru­ral and in­ter­state tours, and host work­shops for pri­mary school-aged chil­dren.

The free circus event will be at Can­ning Vale Col­lege 26 Dum­bar­ton Road Tick­ets avail­able at https://fringe­world.com.au/what­s_on.

CVC Circus is run­ning free work­shops for chil­dren at Can­ning Vale Col­lege as part of this year’s Fringe World fes­ti­val.

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