Ali and Klodi from Syndicate Circus deliver the highest level of acts as well as specialising in bespoke event performance, fusing the best of dance and circus.
They specialise in Hand to Hand, Cyr Wheel, Handstand Canes, Aerial Hoop, Aerial Silks, Acrobatics, Dance and Special Creations.
Previous Ali And Klodi London clients and events include the Beauty Awards 2014 in London – (Hand to Hand act), The Natural History Museum, London – (Cyr Wheel Act) and Harbour Arts Festival, Bristol – (Cyr Wheel Act).
Also, The London Cabaret Club – (Acrobatics and Cyr Wheel Act), The Soho Burlesque Club – (Hand to Hand Duo Act) and Circus London – (Aerial Hoop).
Finally, One Marylebone – (Handstand Canes, Cyr Wheel and Hand to Hand acts).
Ali and Klodi Hand Balance. Overseas appearances include Cannon, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – (Cyr Wheel Act), Surprise Dinner Show at Teatro Principal, Barcelona, Spain – (Handstand Canes, Cyr Wheel and Hand to Hand acts), Moroccan Oil Hair Show – (Cyr Wheel Act and Hand to Hand Duo Act).
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The Cyr wheel (also known as the roue Cyr, mono wheel, or simple wheel) is an acrobatic apparatus that consists of a single large ring made of aluminum or steel with a diameter approximately 10 to 15 cm (4 to 6 in) taller than the performer.
The performer stands inside the Cyr wheel and grasps its rim, causing it to roll and spin gyroscopically while performing acrobatic moves in and around the rotating wheel.
The apparatus and it’s movement vocabulary have some similarities with the German wheel, but whereas the German wheel consists of two large rings linked together by horizontal crossbars and has handles for the performer to hold onto, the modern Cyr wheel consists of a single ring and has no handles. The Cyr wheel takes its name from Daniel Cyr, who reinvented it as a circus apparatus at the end of the 20th century. (Wikipedia)