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Toddler and Preschool Circus Club – Term 1


Develop confidence and coordination skills in this special toddler and preschool circus workshop with performer Franca Stadler. Explore aerials, balances, circus circuits and games. These drop in workshops guarantee lots of interactive fun for parent and child!

WHEN: Thursdays, 30 January – 26 March
10am – 10.45am (18 months – 3 years)
11.15am – 12pm (3 – 5 years)
AGES: 18 months – 5 years (Separate workshops for 1 – 3 years and 3 – 5 years)
VENUE: Big Fish Studio
COST: $20 per session (plus $5 for each additional participating child from the same household)

Class runs as a drop in session. No bookings required though there’s a limit of 10 families per session. 

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About FCAC Tutor: Franca Stadler

Since immigrating to Melbourne from Switzerland 18 years ago, Franca has worked in all areas of live theatre and performance, predominantly with circus, specialising in rigging, rigging design, theatre technician, prop making, circus trainer, circus performer and safety officer. In my role as a rigger, rigging designer, prop maker, performer and trainer. Franca has had the pleasure of working on over 70 productions with many Companies and Organisations. For over a decade Franca has been the Women’s Circus in-house trainer and specialises in teaching the New Women’s Program, basic aerials, acrobalance and experimental aerials.

Presented as part of FCAC’s Arts Learning program.

1- Photo by Simon de Lacy-Leacey

Date & Times

Thursdays, 30 January – 26 March
10am – 10.45am (18 months – 3 years)
11.15am – 12pm (3 – 5 years)


Big Fish Studio


$20 per session

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