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Zip Zap International

Leu Tempo Festival 7 to 14 MAY

Zip Zip is going to perform "CHANGES" in Reunion Island!

The Match for Africa 3

What a privilege to perform at the “Match For Africa 3” in Zurich last month for Roger Federer Foundation.  

25Years, an acrobatic walk down memory lane

25Years, an acrobatic walk down memory lane

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...

Zip Zap to perform with Al Bairre

on May 16th, 2016

Zip Zap Circus School and classic indie pop band, Al Bairre are set to perform together for two nights only on 10 and 11 June 2016 at the Zip Zap Dome in Cape Town. Zip Zap’s intricately timed choreography of high-flying circus acts will complement the well-known ‘ice-cream of orchestral sounds of this local band.’

Circus fun for everyone at Zip Zap’s first Family Fun Day

on April 1st, 2016

Zip Zap Circus School is hosting its first ever Family Fun Day on Sunday, 17 April 2016. Save the date for a superb day out for all; including brothers, sisters, mum, dad, grandparents, cousins and friends. Everyone is welcome to join the Zip Zap family at this jam packed day of fun! It promises to become an annual highlight for everyone who dreams of the circus and all the magic that it holds.

Zip Zap presents a new show, Emaceleni Sideways

on February 25th, 2016

Save the date for Zip Zap Circus School’s latest show, Emaceleni Sideways. For two days only, on Friday, 11 March 2016 and Saturday, 12 March 2016, Zip Zap’s instructors who are part of the Dare to Dream programme, will showcase their incredible talent. The show is presented by Zip Zap, a Non-Profit Organisation, in partnership with the National Arts Council.

Zip Zappers turn professional

October 8th, 2015

Young South Africans are making a name for themselves on international circus stages, thanks to the high standards set by Cape Town’s very own Zip Zap Circus School. The not for profit organisation focusses on training circus skills – at no cost – to youngsters from all walks of life, some of whom are now ranked along with the best circus professionals in the world, performing on top stages to capacity crowds.