Mandurah: Circus group desperately seeks donation of rehearsal space

Jesse Harrington and Vai Evans in Airborne.
Jesse Harrington and Vai Evans in Airborne.

MANDURAH circus group Pulse Productions is urgently seeking the donation of a rehearsal space at least 14 x 14 metres to house its set for the community development phase of its production Airborne.

The all-male based Airborne focuses on young men as positive role models in the community and consists of two stages – community development and development of the production itself.

Pulse Productions WA Inc. is a not-for profit organisation that provides youth from a wide range of backgrounds with opportunities to develop skills and experience in the performing arts industry.

Pulse enables talented youth to develop self-management skills for their own benefit and for the benefit of the community.

The skills are integral to being healthy and having an active lifestyle and are an important part of the Pulse program.

Mandurah Performing Arts Centre has provided a space for the team of young people to train and develop their skills.

In turn, they facilitate circus workshops in schools, at festivals and at events, to increase self-confidence, concentration, build team work and communication skills.

The Pulse Outreach program extends specifically to Youth at Risk and has proved very successful in engaging participants in positive, healthy activity through circus.

Anyone who can donate a rehearsal space to house the set should contact Tracy Harrington on 0410 745 7781 or Layken Reynolds on 0419 503 380.