High-flying Norwich pupils from Charles Darwin Primary tumble, climb and balance during Casus Circus troupe visit
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High-flying pupils got into the swing of things during a visit from a renowned circus troupe.
Acrobats from Casus Circus visited Charles Darwin Primary, on Rose Lane in Norwich, to run a workshop for pupils, who learned how to tumble, climb and balance like the professionals.
The Australian group visited the school, run by the Inspiration Trust, during a visit to Norwich to perform their critically acclaimed show Driftwood at the Adnams Spielgeltent during the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
Nathaniel Cook, a teacher, said: 'The children had a fantastic time testing their acrobatic and balancing skills - which included climbing across a teacher climbing frame above a sea of lava.
'Thank you so much to Casus Circus for their time.'
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Casus' show Knee Deep was performed in more than 15 countries in 2015, and won awards including Best Circus and Physical Theatre 2016 at the Adelaide Fringe.
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