Zip Zap presents: “25 - an acrobatic walk down memory lane” show

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Saturday 1 July - at Zip Zap Dome

 

Between April and September every year, Zip Zap collaborates with schools and NGOs providing them with a platform to raise funds for their chosen cause. This year Zip Zap presents its newest show: "25 years - An Acrobatic Walk Down Memory Lane," which is a true celebration of how the circus has changed lives and impacted communities in greater Cape Town.

Students from Zip Zap’s advanced programmes will show off the results of their incredible dedication and team work in a show that is suitable for the whole family. The audience will be mesmerized and inspired by performances of trapeze, fabric, juggling, acrobatics, trampoline and much more. We look forward to sharing our energy with you, and demonstrate the passion and possibilities behind every show and behind our circus’ whole story.

NEXT SHOWS

5 August 1PM  with Michael Oak Waldorf School contact 0843011881 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

9 September 1PM & 4PM

To host your own show contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

 

"It all started 25 years ago, when co-founders of Zip Zap Circus School, Brent van Rensburg and Laurence Estève, hung a trapeze bar in a tree at Zimasa Primary School in Langa. Their goal at the time was simple and noble: to inspire and empower ordinary kids and to create a sense of team. Little did they know, they were just at the beginning of an incredible journey of helping kids ‘dare to dream’ and learn to make those dreams a reality..."

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Zip Zap Circus is a social circus that was founded in Cape Town in 1992, to inspire young people and help build a new culture of peaceful coexistence in South Africa. Working with a diverse community of children from all backgrounds, Zip Zap helps kids to ‘dare to dream’ and learn to make those dreams a reality. Zip Zap’s programmes are all free to participants, with financial and material support coming from individuals, organization, corporations and foundations. In South Africa and the world, Zip Zap is recognized across Governments, Ministries of Education, Tourism, Arts & Culture and private societies, as a major contributor to the development within the iconic ‘Mother City’ and providing sustainability of the circus arts in South Africa.