The Let’s Circus team developed a circus and street arts programme at the Hebridean Celtic Festival, building from previous work established by Steve Cousins in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005. In 2008 the company also undertook a schools tour, working through An Lanntair to create a short residency with each primary school in Lewis and Harris, and the secondary school in Stornoway.
Involved from the outset year in 2007, Let’s Circus took over the role of programmers in 2009 and has since been involved in the development of the festival. The festival programme has focussed on international busking acts and small scale street arts, and has grown in reputation and size, and is now the second largest annual busking event in England.
Initiated by Let’s Circus in 2008, Circadium is the identity name for a large-scale temporary circus venue that provides free public access to a large variety of circus arts tuition. The experience to the public is a stadium of circus, where typically, classes take place in everything from acrobatics to juggling, clowning to aerial dance.