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Who we are

Cirque Bijou like to mix things up. From stunning artistic creations for rock concerts to seamlessly produced large scale shows in community recreation grounds, we seek out the new, unusual and surprising, drawing on the thousands of relationships we have built across the live entertainment, theatre and production industries since 1999. To this breadth of experience and formidable network we add passion, creativity and sky-high production values.


    Tom Falding - Projects Assistant

    An honorary member of the Cirque Bijou team, Tom is always on hand to get stuck in and be generally fantastic. Whether it's managing teams of artists and crew, helping rig highwires, driving vans, running around with LED Umbrellas, or dressing up as a frog, Tom is there cracking on with a smile like the good egg he is.


    Thea Woodrow Davies

    Thea is our shining new Arts & Finance Intern. Supporting the Company Manager with scrupulous pre-production logistics and keeping a close eye on numbers, Thea has taken to the role like a duck to water, keeping the office ticking over beautifully. When not in Bijou land she is singing, dancing and teaching piano!


    Kate Lanciault - Company Manager

    As our Company Manager, Kate is responsible for co-ordinating everything that goes on behind the scenes - Kate is a one woman database of everything Cirque Bijou, and a whizz at planning, organising and problem solving in our changeable and sometimes chaotic world!


    Julian Bracey - Creative Director

    Julian obtained a degree in three dimensional design before travelling the world with a successful one man street show. Somewhere along the way he developed an unhealthy fascination of fire, pyrotechnics and circus. Julian is now co-director of Cirque Bijou.


    Billy Alwen - Artistic Director

    A former political consultant, press officer and PR director, Billy ran away to the circus to perform flying trapeze, co-founding Cirque Bijou in 1999. Billy has developed CPD programmes for young artists, created shows in big tops, on beaches and off buildings and launched some of the largest retail developments in the UK.


    Flo Fitzgerald - Marketing and Production Co-ordinator

    Flo brings design skills and a creative eye to assist her with sharing our news far and wide. When not in marketing land she is getting stuck in to projects and whizzing off to gigs adding a smile and meticulous production management.


    Geraldine Giddings - Development Manager & Producer

    Geraldine is a listener, a watcher and a constructive critic. She has been working with Cirque Bijou since 2006 and is responsible for steering the company in the right direction and making sure that the Cirque Bijou message is communicated far and wide.


    Howie Bailey - Visualist

    Howie is our in-house video wizard, creating live-mixed backdrops, beautiful digital accompaniments to our live shows and his speciality 3D video mapping which he projects straight onto our sets. He's good with websites, tech talk and stuff like that, and throws a mean yoyo too.

What they say

  • It really was everything we hoped it might be and more. Vision and then the practical delivery of that vision to the highest of standards and integrity is always at the heart of your work!
    —Jeremy James, Creative Producer, Gravity Fields

  • A great show – very impressive and entertaining – it really was the centrepiece of the celebrations.
    —Rosemary Richards, Festival Director, Gravity Fields

  • A uniquely choreographed, musically and artistically directed participatory celebration - combining wit, warmth and a welcome that was oh so winning!
    —Tish Francis - Co-Director, The Story Museum

  • Cirque Bijou consistently deliver above and beyond our expectations, on time and bang on budget.
    —Shaun Barnett, Quantum Special Effects, partner for Katy Perry on the X Factor

  • An evening of superb heart-in-mouth acrobatics: a real narrative, some strong characters, and plenty of both beauty and humour. This show deserves a bigger, national audience.
    —Steve Wright, Venue

  • You were all brilliant - pulled one of our biggest crowds this summer.
    —Caterina Loriggio, National Theatre

  • Had a young crowd gasping and roaring for more! What a great way to engage them and make sure they stayed engaged for the future. Lovely stuff!
    —Richard Crowe, London 2012 Creative Programmer, South West

  • Project 360 has really set the standard for future arts & cultural activities we will be offering to children & young people within Telford, it has truly inspired not only the young people but also parents, families and teachers. A great success!
    —Judy McFall, Cultural Development Officer, Telford and Wrekin Council

  • It's the best thing I've seen in a theatre ever.
    —Rory, 11, audience, Project 3Sixty

  • You fulfilled and surpassed both briefs and were, as always, creative, professional, and flexible. Great job.
    —Richard Joy, Managing Director, Full Circle

  • Spectacular show celebrates opening of shopping centre - 'A great day in city's history'.
    —Front page headline of Leicester Mercury

  • Thanks so much for such rockin’ shows. Great energy and fantastic response. Respect.
    —Angus MacKechnie, Producer, Watch This Space Festival at the National Theatre

  • Wonderful to have you in the square – the atmosphere was just stunning and so fitting for the closing Olympic weekend.
    —James Pidgeon, Assistant, Watch This Space Festival at the National Theatre

  • “It was astounding and not because it was a disabled company, but just because it was world class theatre done exceptionally with absolute heart and joy.”
    —Audience Member, Fleetwood, July 2015

  • Extraordinary Bodies will be a game-changer for circus in this country and we are delighted to support it. It’s a direct legacy of the amazing culture and ceremonies created for London 2012. We’re very pleased that a long term programme that will make exciting work of scale and develop talent of disabled and non-disabled circus artists at a national level is launched while we’re enjoying Rio 2016. It’s a timely reminder of how the drive for success in sport is an inspiration for culture too. It puts the creative case for diversity front and centre of great art – exactly where it should be.
    —Alison Clark, Ambition for Excellence, Arts Council England

  • I think it is very much a new way of presenting a (circus) project and it is very interesting that it is developed with the actual community as a focus.
    —Nick Green, Arts Council South West

  • It worked well, the strength of it lay in involving the audience in a participatory way. And the back stories which were developed with the residents were well conceived.
    —Audience member, pilot project

  • Cirque Bijou created and coordinated one of the most stunning opening night events that I have had the pleasure to work on. Billy and Julian are true professionals and innovative artists who deliver extraordinary events.
    —Peter Conway - Creative Producer, 2009 Colston Hall Opening Celebration

  • Billy and Julian...You were open minded and prepared to change - a rare thing. You made DiverseCity in all our quirkiness part of your gang. I hope you like my assessment of you as brilliant, open minded and decent.
    —Claire Hodgson, Chief Executive, DiverseCity (Breathe)

  • An unbelievable scene. So beautiful - what an ending to a great show.
    —Nigel Hinds, London 2012 Festival

  • I really must congratulate you on your props, it's rare that props turn up that work and everyone loves...
    —Chris Vaughn, TPO, Production Manager - Muse tour 2013

  • A truly entertaining, awe-inspiring spectacle! Cirque Bijou brought ArtsDepot alive and it is something audiences will remember for a long time.
    —Kerry Andrews, Head of programming, ArtsDepot

  • Tens of thousands of people watched an amazing array of world class acts on the Cirque Bijou stage, providing one of the highlights of the 2011 Harbour Festival.
    —Phillippa Haynes, Head of Arts and Culture, Bristol City Council

  • Life in Bristol-based circus kings Cirque Bijou is colourful, challenging, spectacular and often faintly surreal - but rarely is it dull.
    —Steve Wright, Venue Magazine, 10th anniversary feature

  • We're proud to have you in the city.
    —Key Arts Providers for Bristol City Council

  • It was a wonderful idea - it makes you think, if people can do that, then nothing is impossible.
    —Audience member

  • The launch kick started our campaign and raised the profile of Bristol as a Green Capital across the world. Cirque Bijou's team was great - creative, dedicated and highly professional throughout the life of the project.
    —Zoe Sear, Marketing and Communications Director, Bristol 2015

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