Circus of sound cabaret
diversity + music + community = advocacy
What is Circus of Sound?
With the support of an initial crowdfunded campaign in memory of Tom Salway, and ongoing support from Eastbourne Borough Council, this event now takes place 4 times a year in Eastbourne.
Featuring performers such as Delta 7, Daniel Wakeford (of TV's The Undateables fame Daniel on The Undateables ), and Andrew Self (of TV's The Greatest Dancer fame Andrew on The Greatest Dancer) alongside local performers of all ages, including singers, musicians, dance groups and our own resident magician.
There is always an opportunity for new performers to take to the stage and the atmosphere at the events is warm, supportive and fun. Our motto for this event is "Everyone is included, everyone is welcomed".
"I love this event, it is my favourite night out! It is brilliant to see everyone together and I think it is quite unique and special.”
Circus of Sound audience member
Since the start of the pandemic, we have been hosting our Cabaret events online, with you all joining us from living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens and gardens. Thank you all for your energy, love and support of each other. We can't wait to see everyone again in person, in the meantime here are the recordings of the online sessions, keep an out for live stream events on our Facebook page, or email us for more info. Here is Blythe singing Louis Armstrong What A Wonderful World to brighten anyone's day. Thank you Blythe!
Circus of Sound Cabaret hosted our first amazing online event on 19th June as part of the Gig Buddies' Coronavirus Festival.
Recordings of other Circus of Sound Cabaret events:
FRIDAY 12th FEBRUARY
WE ARE LOOKING FOR PERFORMERS TO JOIN OUR CABARET! If you would like to perform at a Circus Of Sound Cabaret event, you need to make a film of your performance and send it to us. Here are some more details of how to create and send us your submissions: click to access the downloadable guide download PDF HERE
For more details and updates, follow Circus of Sound Cabaret on Facebook here
Supported by Eastbourne Borough Council
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