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Giant Circus
Community Arts Service

Free Cornwall based consultancy connecting professional artists with events and communities.

image credit Cam De Pete. Performer spins fire poi to large audience while a bonfire burns at Montol Festival in Penzance Cornwall
A group of performers pose for Newquays Zombie Crawl Cornwall

Friendly discussions, local connections, highly skilled artists & grass roots community projects. Got a creative idea for a project? Do you already have a project and need creative ideas? Talk to Ross Wheeler about how his Giant Circus of creative Cornish connections can help.


Ross holds a BA (Hons) in Street Arts, was born and raised in Cornwall and alongside managing Hotch Potch works as a Creative Producer. There's all sorts of ways to help, whether its with logistics,  programming, crew, area or project management, or helping to arrange and deliver community arts projects with local groups or charities. Book yourself in for a coffee and a chat.

Examples of


Super Stilt Troopers

The Super Stilt Troopers are here! A skilled group of stilt walking, stilt prancing and stilt dancing performers. With group acts and a variety of solo and duo characters too.


Spectacular Circus

~Aerial Circus Artists

~Circus Big Tops

~Family or adult cabaret acts or shows


Community Arts

Junk making, giant puppets, creative carnivals, miniature to large scale group artworks. There are all sorts of great Cornish artists with the artistic skills to bring people to together.


Street Performance


~Living Statues

~Fire & Glow Shows


~Street Shows


Learn Circus Skills

Circus is great fun at events but also has incredible social, mental and physical benefits in community projects. Chat about workshop & performance opportunities for all ages from ground-based skills to aerial acrobatics.



Fairy gardens, festival decor, sculptures from recycled materials. If you want to make a great visual, maybe an interactive experience or group community artwork then this could be what you need.

Trevithick Day
a group of performers pose together during Camborne Trevithick Day
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