CirQuest Circus adds aerial skills to Wanneroo repertoire

Natalia Rudman (CirQuest coach) with her daughter Mariia (7). Picture: Martin Kennealey www.communitypix.com.au d493464
Natalia Rudman (CirQuest coach) with her daughter Mariia (7). Picture: Martin Kennealey www.communitypix.com.au d493464

A CIRCUS school in Wanneroo can offer training in aerial skills following the recent installation of trapeze and silks.

The non-profit Disco Cantito Association runs CirQuest Circus, with a branch based at the Wanneroo Recreation Centre since February.

Disco Cantito chief executive Isobel Lyall said they expected the program to grow following installation of trapeze and silks in May.

“The Wanneroo branch of CirQuest Circus is run by senior circus teacher Natalia Rudman, who hails from Russia where she trained and developed her skills,” she said.

“Natalia has performed as a professional circus artist all over the world, and now has settled in Wanneroo.

“We are so fortunate to have a circus artist of her experience and calibre living here now, and our new equipment will enable Natalia to pass on her considerable skills in a fun, inclusive learning environment.”

CirQuest Circus has classes for all ages in three locations – North Perth, Wanneroo and Darlington.

Wanneroo classes are on Friday afternoons for kids aged four to 12, and CirQuest plans to start classes for younger children, teenagers and adults in future.

For more information, visit www.cirquest.com.au .