Introduction to Rigging for Aerialists

Upcoming Course Dates and Times:

Saturday 24th February (10am-4pm) 

Course Information:

Our very own Operations Director Nik Litton will be delivering this introduction to rigging for aerialists. The course covers a range of theory work and practical elements, and you will learn all about the fundamentals of aerial rigging and safety. Course content includes: safety factors, legal responsibilities, knots and their uses in different circumstances, lifting and loads, and connectors.

Nik has built 3 circus schools and regularly works on a range of aerial rigging, performer flying, and consultation jobs; and has a phenomenal breadth of knowledge and experience in the field.

Further Information:

Participants should ideally have a background in aerial performance or technical theatre, and have a reasonable level of fitness (for optional practical 'at height' demonstrations).

By purchasing our products you are agreeing to our terms and conditions and privacy policy, please ensure you have read our terms and conditions and privacy policy prior to booking your classes.

You can find our FAQs here.

Introduction to Rigging for Aerialists

$227.00
Introduction to Rigging for Aerialists Introduction to Rigging for Aerialists Introduction to Rigging for Aerialists
Introduction to Rigging for Aerialists Introduction to Rigging for Aerialists Introduction to Rigging for Aerialists

Introduction to Rigging for Aerialists

$227.00
$227.00

Upcoming Course Dates and Times:

Saturday 24th February (10am-4pm) 

Course Information:

Our very own Operations Director Nik Litton will be delivering this introduction to rigging for aerialists. The course covers a range of theory work and practical elements, and you will learn all about the fundamentals of aerial rigging and safety. Course content includes: safety factors, legal responsibilities, knots and their uses in different circumstances, lifting and loads, and connectors.

Nik has built 3 circus schools and regularly works on a range of aerial rigging, performer flying, and consultation jobs; and has a phenomenal breadth of knowledge and experience in the field.

Further Information:

Participants should ideally have a background in aerial performance or technical theatre, and have a reasonable level of fitness (for optional practical 'at height' demonstrations).

By purchasing our products you are agreeing to our terms and conditions and privacy policy, please ensure you have read our terms and conditions and privacy policy prior to booking your classes.

You can find our FAQs here.