Paying homage to Hull circus roots from Hengler’s Grand Cirque on Anlaby Road in 1864 to the performers and human curiosities touring with Hull Fair to the acrobats and tightrope walkers featured at the gala’s at Spring Bank’s Zoological Gardens in 1840.
The Late Night Circus is a safe space for creativity and expression. Circus is for everyone no matter your skills set, we all start somewhere. At TLNC we believe circus should be accessible for everybody which is why we set up the Oli Fund. A scheme that offers to cover the costs of classes and travel for those from low income households. If you wish to be considered for the Oli Fund please send us an email. Equally if you'd like to donate to the Oli Fund please get in touch.
The Late Night Circus offers a place for professional development, peer support and a fun place for hobbyists. Our core values are sharing skills, spreading kindness and personal growth.
I’m Danielle the founder of The Late Night Circus and Aba Daba Circus. I have been performing cool stuff for over 10 years. I started performing fire and stilts in clubs then moved onto street theatre which can mean anything from a 1 woman show to being the back end of a Chinese Lion. That’s show biz baby!
I have been pole dancing for 13 years performing and compèring at many pole events and winning a few competitions along the way, no biggie. Along my performing journey I’ve done stand up, been a magician, ate fire, met Duncan from Blue
It's been a wild one so far! I hope to share my passion for being ridiculous and unapologetically weird with you all and be with you on your own journey, whatever that may be!
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