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Soft Circus in Lismore’s Quad

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The Valentines from Roundabout Theatre having a go walking the wire. Photo supplied.

The Soft Circus project is coming to the Lismore Quad next week and organisers SeedArts are very excited.

Soft Circus has something for the whole family. Photo supplied.

Soft Circus is a free inclusive event for the whole community featuring circus skills and ‘wire-walking for wellbeing’ workshops with internationally recognised circus artists including Anna Yen, Scott McBurnie and Leeroy Hart; visual art workshops with professional artists including Claudie Frock from The Collage Club and Rene Bolten of The Chalkies; and roving performance and craft activities with Roundabout Theatre’s Valentines, dance and movement workshops with Northern Rivers dance practitioners such Sprung! Integrated

Dance and Tess Eckhart and Mitch King and music from Mitch and local young people.

After the great success of Soft Circus in June 2022, the crew are ready and raring to play with the Lismore community from next Monday.

Join in for 5 days of Soft Circus fun in the Lismore Quad next Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 3.30pm to 7.30pm.

This is a free event for all ages, skills and abilities and is Wheelchair accessible.

There will be Auslan Interpreters on Saturday 28 January. Please make contact if you require an Auslan Interpreter at another time or if you have any access needs: Claudie Frock [email protected] or Text/Call 0432 400 753.

This project is funded by the NSW Government and delivered in association with the Lismore City Council and the Lismore Quadrangle.

Wirewalking for wellbeing at Soft Circus in the Lismore Quad. Photo supplied.

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