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
Due to political unrest in the country we are only doing a mini-Tour to Nicaragua in 2019 using local artists to do 1 week projects with out usual partners in Los Quinchos (San Marcos), Las Chavaladas (Leon), Ninos del Fortin (Leon), La Escuela de Comedia y Mimo (Granada).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
PWBs annual short trip 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
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 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
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
No stanger to social circus projects Abi has been involved with PWB since 2013, since that first volunteer experience Abi has grown to be our PWB Tour manager. Abi specialises in aerial acrobatics most recently flying trapeze but while her feet are on the ground she loves juggling, spinning and twirling almost anything. With over 10 years in the circus industry performing, teaching and developing PWB projects including creating and maintaining the Kenya tour. She says “Ive always been artistic and I love to share the fun of circus with people who are maybe not able to access it. Ive had so much help in my circus career it’s part of the circus heritage to pass it on
Fer is a hula hooping certified instructor and has been teaching and performing for over 7 years.
She also dabbles in juggling, slack lining and aerial silks, and loves finding ways to combine them.
What Fer loves most about flow arts is the way it brings people together and connects the mind, body and soul in a way no other discipline does.
Héctor started volunteering as a hospital clown while studying graphic design. He began to take the craft of being funny more seriously and delved more deeply into clown, improv and stand-up comedy. Still unsure himself if he’s more of a geek or a nerd.
Having always been surrounded by her dads juggling props, Elena finally got her own pair of Poi for her 10th Birthday. Soon after, she visited her first Juggling Convention and got sucked into the Juggling Community which became her second family. After finishing school in Germany, she moved to Bristol to study two years at Circomedia – Centre for Contemporary Circus and Physical Theatre. Here she had a great time learning, trying out, playing and creating and fortunately, also found out about PWB. Now she is super excited to go on tour and be able to give something of her passion for Circus to other people.
Grew up with a passion to perform in front of an audience. Now a full time professional Circus artist traveling the globe teaching circus arts and performing for TV shows, Circus shows, and events of all kinds. Specializing in Movement prop fusion, excited to stretch peoples imagination and create new expiriences that are out of this world.
Also known as ” LucidFlow” James has over 10 years of experience in Parkour and is an avid Tracer and loves teaching future ninjas. James is also an acro yoga teacher, an acrobat in training and also skilled in contact staff manipulation. Teaching and serving are huge aspects of his life and he can’t wait to spread the joy of movement to Kenya!