This carousel contains links to all the tours that PWB have ever done since 2007. We advertise for volunteers from April to July ready to go on tour the next January. To find out more about what it means to volunteer on a tour, head to our ‘Volunteering’ page.Find out more
Back in Kenya for a 6 week project with our partners the Sarakasi Trust, GRT Italia and Smiles for Change project in Nairobi.learn more about Kenya 2020
2020 sees the team back in India for the 13th year working with our usual partner organisations.learn more about India 2020
Due to political unrest in the country we are only doing two mini-Tours to Nicaragua in 2019 using local artists to do 2x1 week projects with our usual partners in Los Quinchos (San Marcos), Las Chavaladas (Leon) and Ninos del Fortin (Leon). This was funded by an NSC grant.learn more about Nicaragua 2019
This year we will be returning once again to work with our usual partners in Kenya.learn more about Kenya 2019
We return to India once again 12 years on from our first tour working with our regular partners.learn more about India 2019
PWB supported the Flying Seagulls in Samos, Greece, doing some social circus outreach work with the refugees there for a week in early December.learn more about Greece 2019
The PWB team returned to Calais and Dunkirk in the Spring and Autumn of 2019 to reach out to Refugees in those towns in order to help with their psychological and physical wellbeing.learn more about Calais and Dunkirk 2019
PWBs short trips over the channel to support refugee children stranded there.learn more about Calais & Dunkirk 2018
Our 6th year back in Nicaragua working with our regular partners like Los Quinchos (San Marcos), Las Chavaladas (Leon), Ninos del Fortin (Leon) and La Escuela de Comedia y Mimo (Granada).learn more about Nicaragua 2018
PWB returns to India for our amazing 11th year working with our now regular and well established partners.learn more about India 2018
In 2018 we made our 3rd visit to the African country of Kenya, to help co-ordinate a series of workshops and performances with local communities in the area.learn more about Kenya 2018
Back in Kenya once more working with our usual partners and creating powerful positive experiences.learn more about Kenya 2017
Back in Nicaragua once more working with our usual partners and creating powerful positive experiences.learn more about Nicaragua 2017
Celebrating 10 years of PWB this year and 10 years partnerships in India PWB returns once more into the fray.learn more about India 2017
Back in India once more working with our usual partners and creating powerful positive experiences.learn more about India 2016
Back in Nicaragua once more working with our usual partners and creating powerful positive experiences.learn more about Nicaragua 2016
Back in Kenya once more working with our usual partners and creating powerful positive experiences.learn more about Kenya 2016
Back in India once more working with our usual partners and creating powerful positive experiences.learn more about India 2015
Back in Kenya once more working with our usual partners and creating powerful positive experiences.learn more about Nicaragua 2015
Back in India once more working with our usual partners and creating powerful positive experiences.learn more about India 2014
Back in Nicaragua once more working with our usual partners and creating powerful positive experiences.learn more about Nicaragua 2014
The one and only tour to Sierra Leone visited Free Town, Kamakwe, Makeni, Pujehun and Bo over 2 monthslearn more about Sierra Leone 2014
Our 5th year working in India back in the mists of time.learn more about India 2013
The first ever PWB tour to Nicaragua was a great success and set the scene for many more to come.learn more about Nicaragua 2013
Fourth year in India making the PWB magic happen.learn more about India 2012
Our third year in India spreading positive vibes and uplifting the most needy.learn more about India 2011
Back again after a year to re-organise. The second your to India looked amazing - check it out here!learn more about India 2010
The FIRST PWB tour actually started in Autumn 2007 went through to 2008 and then went up though Pakistan, to China and into Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan for the "Silk Road Circus" trip.learn more about India 2008
Daniel is back! Facilitating the 2019 tour to India after thoroughly enjoying his first tour in 2017. Looking forward to using circus arts to create joy, happiness and fun and improving the lives of the communities we work with. He has experienced himself the powers of circus and in turn shares his experiences and skills with all sorts of youth and community groups. He loves traveling, the Indian culture and teaching circus arts and is looking forward to the challenges and opportunities of the fast approaching tour.
Leaving in Ireland since 5,5 years. I am working as Project Coordinator in a Manufacturing Company and Managing a Circus Center called Dublin Circus Project in Dublin.
I am teaching partner acro and Flexibility; performing and training: partner acro, trapeeze, contortion and fire (staff, poi and staffs) since 5 years. Sometimes I take work and life too seriously, that s why I love circus people – because they remind me all the time there is no reason to do it.
As a skilled flow artist and fire performer, Matt Stoker has more than 23 years of experience manipulating flower sticks (i.e. devil sticks), with additional skill in staff, poi, and traditional juggling. Also, having lived for two years in West Africa, and toured through other parts of Europe, the Americas, and the Caribbean, Matt is eager to explore the world and share his passion for the flow arts with all who express an interest.
Chaka is more of a photographer than a performer, he’s planning to make use of both of these skills whilst on the tour. A longtime member of Spinning@ in London he’s been spinning and juggling for over 13 years and has picked up most props at least once in that time currently he’s enjoying juggling staffs and spinning poi.
Having graduated from Circus University Gina Is keen to put her skills and knowledge towards helping others, having a background of working in the healthcare industry with children as well as personally being a performer from age 8, she wants to now focus her two passions into one, Social Circus! ‘I can’t wait to meet all the people and just have a good clown about’
Iain MacDonad is a multi talented circus artist from Glasgow, Scotland. He has been practicing circus for the last 11 year and working professionally as a performer and teacher for the last 5 years. He is the fonder of Glasgow Fire Spinners and is an organising member of the Glasgow juggling club as well.
Ashlee G is a multidisciplinary artist hailing from Houston. She specializes in spinning poi, but has developed a deep love for club juggling over the past year. She is so excited be apart of PWB, as teaching, traveling and circus are her biggest passions. She believes this experience will enable her to bring magic lives of others and truly make a difference.
Logan is a seasoned juggler of humble southern Tennessee origins. He began his juggling career in 2011 while studying Physics at Otago University in New Zealand. Despite brief love affairs with various other forms of expression, his scientific pursuit of the perfect toss still shows no signs of slowing. His studies include juggling, musical performance, improv theatre, fire performance, stage craft, dance choreography, and mime. He has achieved excellence in object manipulation, stilts, slackline, and the object of his greatest passion: juggling. His pursuits found him teaching and performing extensively in the United States, New Zealand, and Central America, and at such esteemed festivals as Firedrums, Circulation, IJA, and many more! He has won awards for the Best Juggling Performance at the Central American Clown Convention and holds a strong claim to the contested title of “Tallest Fire Juggler in the World” that he doesn’t like to talk about. Upon his most recent return home to Tennessee with his dedicated passion and skill set he successfully cultivated a thriving circus community that continues to grow and achieve spectacular feats. Above all he endeavors to spread the joy of juggling and the warmly embracing community of object manipulation to all those who might also find within it meaning and inspiration.