1. Who is the festival for?
  2. We aim to be as inclusive as possible. Experienced acrobats and beginners alike. Note that acrobatics is a very physically demanding activity with some personal risk. If you have any concerns please contact us. Children and families are welcome, but all children under 16 must be supervised by an adult who takes all responsibility for them. Some activities may not be suitable for certain ages.

  3. How do I get a ticket?
  4. First you must register. You will be kept informed about the festival. When you have registered you will be sent payment instructions. On receipt of payment you will be issued an electronic ticket.

  5. What's provided in the ticket?
  6. The event runs from Friday morning to Sunday evening. There will be workshops all day, there will be plenty of different classes to choose from at every level! There are toilets and showers in the sports hall. We don't provide evening entertainment, but we'd love it if you bring your own!

  7. What food is available?
  8. No food will be provided this year.

  9. What type of workshops and what equipment is available?
  10. The workshops will be mainly partner acrobatics, varying from complete beginners to advanced. We hope to also provide other activities such as fun warm-ups, yoga and anything else we can accommodate in the hall safely. There will be floor mats suitable for low-impact activities.

  11. What should I wear?
  12. For acrobatics, bring light loose sports clothing that lets you move easily. Only bare feet or gymnastics shoes will be allowed in the sports hall.

  13. Where does the money go?
  14. We are a non-profit organisation. The ticket price covers the location costs, infrastructure hire, and teachers.

  15. Are there other things to do in Cambridge?
  16. Take some time to see the historic university city.

  • How do I find out more?
  • Please feel free to contact us to ask any questions. You can use the contact form. Ensure you register now.