Hire Street Theatre

Circus, Theatre and Street Performers

  •    Buskers
  •    Circus Performers
  •    Circus Workshop
  •    Clairvoyants
  •    Comedy Characters
  •    Contortionists
  •    Costume Characters
  •    Escapologists
  •    Fire Eaters
  •    Free Running
  •    Jesters
  •    Juggler
  •    Living Statues
  •    Mime
  •    Punch and Judy
  •    Robots, Robotics
  •    Stilt Walkers
  •    Tattoos Temporary
  •    Unicycle
  • Street Theatre is unique in that performances will take place in public places, from famous City landmarks such as Covent Garden to unassuming street corners.

    The spontaneity of such performances is often the magic behind it. Arguably the oldest form of public entertainment, seeing a Fire Eater in such close proximity is very much a sight to behold.

    Commissioning a Circus Performer or Jester for a public event will always help to lighten the mood and provides a personal touch to any Public or Corporate Event.

    Similarly, you might wish to hire a Circus Workshop for your Children's party in order to inspire young talent and keep them entertained throughout.

    Top 20 Street Theatre

    Captain Jackdaw and the Rumbucket
    Sheffield, Yorkshire

    0 reviews

    Fire Performance, Expert Balloon Modelling, Face Painting, Whip Cracking and Fire Eating..

    Circus Uncertainty
    City of London

    0 reviews

    Circus And fire performers for hire

    Jolly Entertaining Entertainment Services
    South Shropshire

    0 reviews

    For all your entertainment needs!

    Party Pappers
    Brighton, West Sussex

    0 reviews

    Go on! It's your turn to be famous!

    Litz Butcher
    Epsom, Surrey

    0 reviews

    Clairvoyant show as seen on TV, heard on radio and available in print.

    Same Difference
    Leeds, Yorkshire

    0 reviews

    Only the very best walkabout performers and fire acts

    Nat Lunatrick
    Newcastle Upon Tyne

    2 reviews

    The Lunatrick, a juggler, unicyclist, fire/glow performer and highly entertaining oddbod extraordinaire!

    Sheffield, Yorkshire

    0 reviews

    Showgirls, dancers and performers for any event and venue! Bring your event to life! Any style, Any theme, Any event!

    Smartie Artie
    Luton, Bedfordshire

    0 reviews

    Smartie Artie makes your party!Comedy magic,balloon modelling ,puppets,games and lots of fun!

    Modern Mystic
    Surrey Heath

    0 reviews

    Bringing the Wisdom of the Past into the Now!

    Preston, Lancashire

    0 reviews

    Multi-talented magician providing amazement and amusement both close up, in cabaret or on stage.

    juggling inferno
    South Lakeland, Cumbria

    0 reviews

    Pyromania Fire Show, Juggling Inferno - The Show, Meet and Greet Performers, Walkabout Entertainment

    Circus Sam

    2 reviews

    Workshops, Fire shows, Giant bubbles, Walkabout performing, Stilts, Unicycling and lots of gravity defying Juggling!

    Andy Sinclair
    Horsham, West Sussex

    1 reviews

    Andy is one of the UKs leading Mime Artists with twenty-six years experience, working in areas as diverse as film, television, commercials and corporate entertainment.

    Worldwide Living Statues
    City of London

    1 reviews

    The home of Charlie Chaplin's Living Statue

    Woody's One Man Band
    North Shropshire

    0 reviews

    Acoustic One Man Band Troubador, Traditional walkabout one man band, guitar, drum, cymbals, bells, chicken, harmonica, kazoo etc.

    Fancy Tatt
    Bedford, Bedfordshire

    0 reviews

    Fancy Tatt provide - Airbrushed Tattoos and Temporary Tattoos for All Ages

    Circus Jim
    Rochdale, Manchester

    0 reviews

    Circus show and workshops for all occasions, Jim Riley is qualified in teaching and youth work as well as an experienced performer, working with Circus Arts for the past 25 years.


    0 reviews

    quick change illusion show with seven years experience all around the World.

    Stilt Batteristas
    Burnley, Lancashire

    0 reviews

    A unique stilt walking drum group who perform as percussionists why roaming on stilts