Black History Month    CIRCUS CABARET

The OAK Circus Centre celebrates the Norfolk Black History Month with Pablo Fanque and 250 years of circus.

Pablo Fanque (originally William Darby) was born in Norwich in the Ninteenth Century and became a famous circus proprietor and a performer, and toured his circus widely in northern England. He was the first non-white recorded British circus owner in Britain. 

People are invited to come at the OAK Circus around 5 pm to have a chat, a drink and relax in our beautiful church. Our Black History Month cabaret will start around 6 pm. Tickets are £10.

The National Lottery Community Fund

is helping us make circus accessible for all!

Try juggling, hula hooping, trapeze or silks for free with experienced professionals on hand to help you or just come along and watch the fun.
Open to all ages and abilities!
Saturday evening enjoy our Circus for All Cabaret!