International Busking Day – More Than Just Music at Wembley Park

International Busking Day is back on Saturday 16 July 2022 at Wembley Park and it’s not all about the music. Here are a few non music busking acts.

Little Stars Circus

Little Stars Circus is a school of aerial dance based in Essex. They teach children from age four through to adults and encourage our students to become fitter, stronger and realise how amazing they are. Their circus is a family and our performance features all our students, we work with a lot of young people that experience challenges to learning such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism, sensory integration issues, ADHD or ADD. They help everyone to become the best that they can be. On International Busking Day circus school students will perform alongside our professional aerial acrobatic performance team that offer amazing displays and entertainment for events across the globe.

Tish Circus Skills
Tish has been performing since she was 18 and has travelled the world as a dancer and circus performer. With her Circus school running since 2007, she has taught for schools all across the South East and London. Tish loves to watch children and adults focus and have fun whilst she teaches them a variety of skills. these include: spinning plates, diabolo, stilt walking, pogo sticks, tightrope,  two and four wheelers, juggling and aerial hoop. Circus skills are a fabulous way to improve mental and physical ability no matter the circumstances, and most importantly to have fun.

Able Mable – a showgirl with a flair for the dramatic.

This character comedy show wins over audiences with Mable’s warm effortless charm, and funny, heartwarming sense of humour shining through. A showgirl with a flair for the dramatic and the ridiculous, Mable attempts to escape from handcuffs and loses half her costume in the process. She wields a whip wildly as she attempts to pop a balloon, accidentally magics things away and uses tape to fix her props whilst tangling herself and her volunteer up in it.

Charlie Caper – with a charming stage presence and world class magic.

Charlie is probably one of the most international magicians in the world having worked in 53 countries in 7 languages, and in one year, pre-pandemic he performed in Japan, UK, Australia, Hong Kong, Canada, Pakistan, Netherlands to name a few. With a charming stage presence and world class magic, Charlie Caper will win the hearts of an audience. Since he turned full-time magician in 2001 he has performed on television in over a dozen countries including being a star of Helt Magiskt, the 10-episode Saturday night entertainment show in Sweden and won Sweden’s Got Talent. His show ‘Magical’ won the Adelaide Fringe BEST MAGIC Award for 2020.
Miranda Allen is an escapologist – in a wheelchair. Her new show is debuting at Glastonbury this week. Following a relapse of a neurological condition Miranda has been using a wheelchair part time.
Now in its seventh year, International Busking Day will return on Saturday 16 July with big names sharing the stage alongside up and coming artists and local grassroots acts.
Over 120 performers – including The Shires and Seth Lakeman