Warehouse Circus is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving the mental and physical health of young people through the medium of social circus.
Warehouse Circus has been providing social circus classes in Canberra since 1990. We have a host of programs including core circus programs for beginner, intermediate and advanced performers, adult classes, school holiday programs, and workshops and performances for community festivals and other events.
We foster a co-operative environment rather than a competitive one, and aim to give everyone an opportunity to learn fun skills they can show off with. You will be amazed at what you can learn!
30 Years of Circus
Warehouse Circus is the Collaborative Centre for Circus Arts in Canberra
Developing and delivering inclusive, youth circus programs and training opportunities that foster artistic vibrancy, diversity and innovation in young circus artists
Supporting the social, physical and career development of participants at all levels, from beginners to advanced and recreational to professional
Collaborating with other arts organisations to strengthen local circus arts practice and provide diverse opportunities for both performers and audiences
For Circus to be Recognised as a Leading Art Form in the ACT
To highlight the vibrancy and originality of contemporary circus arts
To strengthen the creativity and inclusiveness of our communities
To pursue excellence in circus performance and circus as a medium for social development
Diversity | Respect | Access | Inclusion | Collaboration | Creative Expression | Physical Investigation | Life-Long Learning | Safety | Empowerment | Artistic Vibrancy | Resilience.
Our staff are all dedicated and committed to making Warehouse Circus the best it can be!
Meet The Team!
Aleshia began managing Warehouse Circus in 2010 when it was a small community organisation of around 140 participants. Across the past nine years, Aleshia has enjoyed the challenge of helping to grow the company to provide circus to over 550 people per week in Canberra, while still retaining Warehouse’s community spirit and uniqueness.
Ben has been at Warehouse Circus since 2017, when he took up the role of Finance Manager. Recently he has also taken on the Programs area. He is very passionate about circus and the performing arts, and the impact that the arts have on people’s lives.
In 1995 Tom started juggling and still likes it. Since beginning his circus journey with Arena Street Theatre and Warehouse Circus, Tom has graduated NICA, formed a few companies, travelled the country and the world with Solid State Circus.