Jago JA teach the skills used in their shows
to a range of learners of different ages, backgrounds
and abilities. Workshops are fun, interactive and hands-on.
Purely as skill development, part of social education
projects or components in corporate training, it's a
chance for people to find new skills, be creative and
above all it’s a great excuse to PLAY.
We teach all the usual juggling techniques including
balls, rings, diablo, plate spinning etc. plus the chance
to learn some of ‘new juggling's’ more unusual
techniques such as hoop, crystal ball manipulation,
poi and staff spinning. We also teach other circus techniques
such as acrobatics, tightrope walking, stilt-walking
and giant bubble blowing (!)
Our trainers include nationally qualified Youth and
Community Workers with current CRB checks. We provide
equipment, full insurance and funky music.
History of organisations
we have run training and workshops for.
Social Inclusion Agenda
and Educational Outcomes associated with Jago JA workshops.