Wellington Circus Trust

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The Circus Hub inspires passion for circus arts by fostering a thriving recreational and performance circus community in Wellington.

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The Wellington Circus Trust was formed in 2005 by a group of talented and enthusiastic circus professionals and amateurs who were passionate about performing, training, and teaching circus arts. In 2012, the Trust moved to our current premises in Newtown where we offer the infrastructure needed for artists and students to train and create. It has now grown to become the largest and busiest circus school in New Zealand, offering classes to all ages, and all abilities.

The costs that comes with offering such an amazing and safe space for our community to train in isn't small, and we depend on our fundraising efforts to make improvements to our infrastructure and equipment. Donations received through this page will help us purchase new circus equipment and rigging gear, and create new programmes to keep growing and strengthening our circus community.

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The Wellington Circus Trust was formed through the founders passion and drive to share circus with the Wellington public. From humble beginnings in 2005 It has now grown to become the largest and busiest circus school in New Zealand.

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