Winter is here and Sydney jugglers continue to juggle balls, rings, clubs and hats, despite battling freezing fingers and colder weather. That’s why it’s great to have air conditioned halls to juggle in.
However, we are lucky to be juggling in Sydney. The temperature rarely dips below 10 degrees Celsius and that’s at night, and during the day there is usually sunshine, so heading to the parks to juggle is possible. Unlike Europe, we don’t have to battle snow and ice and slippery grass to throw things in the air and catch them.
Sydney jugglers are preparing to go to Europe to enjoy the The European Juggling Convention. It’s in Poland this year and we hope to meet many jugglers from around the world. European juggling has a unique flowing style which brings a beauty and balletic quality to the juggling art. It is a joy to watch and difficult to learn.
Sydney jugglers are also a joy to watch and they will bring beauty and amusement to your corporate event or kid’s party. Just contact them to find out what they can do for you.
Next week our friends at the Sydney Trapeze School are having a circus caberet night. It should be a great show, there may even be some juggling!
As we battle the cold weather and prepare our props for the long journey to Europe, we wish everybody a safe and peaceful week.
Juggling is beautiful.