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London Cirque Ballet Stilt Performance.

Discover the grace, elegance and elevation of the London Stilt Ballet. Dressed in cream, white and gold corsets and tutus and performed by professional ballet dancers. These costumes can be performed on stilts or foot, making them suitable for any of our skills. Our stilt ballet performances can be interactive if required, e.g. you may wish the ballerinas to welcome guests or hand out little treats, or witness the ballerinas inflict classical master classes on innocent bystanders. However, they are at their most beautiful when dancing, either as a choreographed wandering dance-about or staged performance, arranged to fit the event. As always, they can be adorned with lights and accompanied by their own portable music system if required. A versatile base costume that lends itself well to styling and adaptation, and can be performed as clockwork dolls, fairies and more. These pieces can also be worn with warmer accessories for outdoor or cold weather performance.

  • The use of light makes this act highly visible, even in full daylight.
  • A perfect choice if you want to create a talking point or gentle interaction.
  • Particularly well suited to handing out lovely gifts and treats.
  • Friendly and accessible.
  • Great for outdoor or indoor events.

In our white collection we currently have 3 stilt costumes with the large tutus shown, and a further 9 with smaller tutus.

Technical Specifications

A quick overview of the few things we need from you:

  • A dressing room or space.
  • A clean safe performance space.
  • Somewhere safe to leave equipment/ personal belongings.
  • Suitable weather conditions or an alternative indoor space to work in. We will bring unruly weather alternatives if requested in advance, but we can’t generally work in very wet or extreme weather conditions.
  • For stilt performance we need somewhere to get up onto our stilts. This could be a chair on a sturdy table against a wall, a high window with a large enough sill to sit on, a bar or any surface between 1-1.5 metres high that is safe to sit on. Stilts generally require a floor to ceiling clearance of 2.8 metres, although they can also navigate lifts, stairs (with help) doorways and low corridors. We can also sometimes use shorter stilts if required.

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