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The Sky’s the limit! We believe in the power of culture and creativity to transform the lives of children, young people and families.

There are many ways for you to connect with Scarabeus Aerial Theatre, including aerial workshops, family workshops, our work with schools and much more. 

We have over 30-years of experience running programmes and projects that improve the lives of disadvantaged children, young people and families in challenging community settings. 

Through our various programmes, we use aerial theatre & skills, yoga,  physical theatre and movement to build confidence, improve physical and mental well-being, promote learning and inclusion for all participants. 

  • 30-years + experience running programmes and projects that improve the lives of disadvantaged children, young people and families 
  • Work with up to 900 children and families annually across London & Nationally 
  • Work with local authorities, schools and other agencies to provide free services, ensuring they are accessible to those that will benefit from them most 
  • Trained to run Arts Awards 

Current projects to get involved with

A FREE year-long inclusive aerial acrobatics programme for young people ages 13-21.

Take Flight

Flying Families is a FREE programme of creative and physical aerial workshops for grown-ups and their children. A great way of bonding deeply with your child and building self-confidence while learning fun new skills in a safe, supportive and non-judgemental environment.

Flying Families

A brilliantly exciting new way of teaching physics to KS2 children through aerial flying!

Flying into Physics

Exodus (KS2) Project brought together groups of migrant and non-migrant communities to explore and aid communication between communities, improve understanding and challenge negative perceptions around refugee arrivals.

Exodus KS2

Exodus (KS3) Project brought together groups of migrant and non-migrant communities to explore and aid communication between communities, improve understanding and challenge negative perceptions around refugee arrivals.

Exodus KS3