TOHU provides circus artists with infrastructures, facilities and equipment for self-training and residences.
TOHU is proud to launch the new Contemporary Circus Commissioning Initiative (CCCI) in collaboration with Assembly Festival (Edinburgh) & Chamäleon Productions (Berlin). This platform offers contemporary circus artists and companies international performance and creation opportunities, access to diverse funding structures, and a sustainable production model.
Self-training offers circus arts professionals completely independent access to specialized equipment and infrastructures for occasional or regular training to keep themselves in condition or for technique practice. These infrastructures, made available by TOHU, are available in the National Circus School’s premises. To see the schedule of self training, click here.
TOHU aims to stimulate the evolution of circus aesthetics. It encourages the exploration of new forms and practices in the field by offering a space dedicated to research activities and innovative initiatives. More information, click here.
TOHU offers professional artists, artist collectives and non-profit organisations access to its venue to support a project which writing, staging, set design and casting phases have been previously developed. More information, click here.
En Piste, the Circus Arts National Network, offers professional training sessions to circus artists. For more information, please visit En Piste Website.