Planning an event and looking for something a little different for entertainment? Bands are often a safe bet, but if you really want to make an impression, you may have to get more creative. One way to really “wow” your audience is to bring in a circus-style performer. Jugglers, tightwire walkers, and unicyclists bring some clean, clowning fun to the show, and truly impress with their daring, often dangerous feats.

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At Corporate Entertainers, we pride ourselves on the long-lasting relationships we build with entertainers from coast to coast. That’s why we want you to meet Flyin Bob, one of our spectacular circus acts. While he’s best known for his tightrope walk, he brings a diverse act with plenty of antics. He tailors his shows depending on the context and the audience.

For festival bookings, he becomes a master of the high wire, and even brings out his sky writing act. Much bigger than his indoor performance, the sky writer is 20 feet high and 60 feet long, while he uses a long rainbow-colored banner to create beautiful shapes and patterns up above. Capable of bringing it into large enough spaces, there’s also an astonishing in-the-dark version that uses a black light.

At corporate events, Flyin Bob brings a 50-minute mixture of circus performance and verbal comedy. Combining juggling, audience participation, and his own off-beat philosophy, he’s a genius when it comes to engaging adult crowds, too. Get in touch with us if you want to hire him for your corporate event

His theatre show is called “Articulate Nonsense” and delves into the three-ring circus according to him. He combines balancing acts and tightrope walking, adding his ruminations on determination, useless abilities, and falling short.

Finally, his school shows are perfect for elementary school children, and it’s all about guiding kids toward physical activity by showing them just how far it can go. His “Be the Circus” show even comes complete with a Q&A session after the fact and a study guide, making it a great edutainment show.

Flyin Bob has an incredible passion for the life of a variety performer, and claims that it was a calling he could not resist after trying his hand at a number of careers, including teaching, coaching, and even life as a musician. He’s brought his unique brand of show across the world, performing in a wide variety of countries including:

  • England
  • Australia
  • Japan
  • Israel
  • Singapore

Not convinced that Flyin Bob’s performance will delight and excite your audience? You should see what happens when a tightrope walker falls – the stakes are high, though at 9 feet in height and 20 feet in length, the show can still fit in most regular venues for conferences and parties.

Flyin Bob has had an eclectic life, born in Nova Scotia and raised in Saskatoon. These days he travels the world, based in his home base in Red Deer. When he’s not performing himself, he teaches at Youth Circus Camps the world over. He’s busy up there on the tightrope, but don’t worry – booking him is a cinch with Corporate Entertainers.

Planning an event and looking for something a little different for entertainment? Bands are often a safe bet, but if you really want to make an impression, you may have to get more creative. One way to really “wow” your audience is to bring in a circus-style performer. Jugglers, tightwire walkers, and unicyclists bring some clean, clowning fun to the show, and truly impress with their daring, often dangerous feats.

Tightwire_Walker

At Corporate Entertainers, we pride ourselves on the long-lasting relationships we build with entertainers from coast to coast. That’s why we want you to meet Flyin Bob, one of our spectacular circus acts. While he’s best known for his tightrope walk, he brings a diverse act with plenty of antics. He tailors his shows depending on the context and the audience.

For festival bookings, he becomes a master of the high wire, and even brings out his sky writing act. Much bigger than his indoor performance, the sky writer is 20 feet high and 60 feet long, while he uses a long rainbow-colored banner to create beautiful shapes and patterns up above. Capable of bringing it into large enough spaces, there’s also an astonishing in-the-dark version that uses a black light.

At corporate events, Flyin Bob brings a 50-minute mixture of circus performance and verbal comedy. Combining juggling, audience participation, and his own off-beat philosophy, he’s a genius when it comes to engaging adult crowds, too. Get in touch with us if you want to hire him for your corporate event

His theatre show is called “Articulate Nonsense” and delves into the three-ring circus according to him. He combines balancing acts and tightrope walking, adding his ruminations on determination, useless abilities, and falling short.

Finally, his school shows are perfect for elementary school children, and it’s all about guiding kids toward physical activity by showing them just how far it can go. His “Be the Circus” show even comes complete with a Q&A session after the fact and a study guide, making it a great edutainment show.

Flyin Bob has an incredible passion for the life of a variety performer, and claims that it was a calling he could not resist after trying his hand at a number of careers, including teaching, coaching, and even life as a musician. He’s brought his unique brand of show across the world, performing in a wide variety of countries including:

  • England
  • Australia
  • Japan
  • Israel
  • Singapore

Not convinced that Flyin Bob’s performance will delight and excite your audience? You should see what happens when a tightrope walker falls – the stakes are high, though at 9 feet in height and 20 feet in length, the show can still fit in most regular venues for conferences and parties.

Flyin Bob has had an eclectic life, born in Nova Scotia and raised in Saskatoon. These days he travels the world, based in his home base in Red Deer. When he’s not performing himself, he teaches at Youth Circus Camps the world over. He’s busy up there on the tightrope, but don’t worry – booking him is a cinch with Corporate Entertainers.