Scrolling News 2022
I’m coming to Europe! I know, I can’t quite believe it.
After two years of not travelling I am finally putting my clown shoes on and hitting the road. I start in Germany early June and then head to the UK for some more great festivals in July. Plus I’m running a clown workshop at Unit 15 Bristol July 5 – 7.
In August I get to play in France, Switzerland and The Netherlands and then a quick trip back to Germany in September before I say goodbye and fly back home.
More details are here on my TOUR page.
I am expecting more dates to be added soon.
Scroll down to see what I have been up to these past couple of very strange years.
This was fun, I got together with some friends this summer and we took to the streets of Wellington with The DOOR KNOBS show.
I recently performed at Te Papa here in Wellington and below are a couple of new photos from the show. Photo by Mark Tantrum. Courtesy of Te Papa
“It was an absolute delight to host you here at Te Papa this morning – great fun! Many thanks and I look forward to next time.” Dave Treeby Event Manager Te Papa
Over the winter my great friend Jessica Arpin invited me onto her radio show for a long chat about my work and adventures. It was a lot of fun and you can listen to it here.
I started 2021 performing at one of my favourite festivals The Christchurch Bread and Circus World Buskers Festival here in New Zealand. It was so great to be performing again.
To advertise the festival I was contacted by The Big Idea an online Arts Newsletter to write a short piece on what I would tell my 22 year old self. You can read it here.
This is fun, my great friend Jon Hicks phoned me from London and said his son Eric is doing a circus project at school and wants to interview me. We set up a time and he fired off his questions. Eric is ten years old and he produced a fabulous biography which he deservedly got top marks for. You can view it here.
At the beginning of last summer I got asked by The NZ Herald Newspaper to write a short article on my five favourite festivals. You can read the article here.