Aerial Cirque comes in at no.1 for Dublin Town!
Where art meets science - read article here
The international magazine Physics World discussed our show Black Pitch Pitch Black, where art meets science for their readership of physicist around the world. The show was created by Aerial Cirque founder, Ria Murphy, who drew inspiration from the famous Pitch Drop experiment residing at Trinity College Dublin, where she studied physics and biochemistry.
YouTube Viral Channel Facts visits the Aerial Cirque studio where Ria teaches some first timers the ins and outs of silks.
Aerial Cirque kids on TRTE's The Real Deal
In search of Ireland most talented kids, TRTE's The Real Deal featured Aerial Cirque students Gracie and Sophie and their amazing moves on the silks.
Imeall on TG 4
TG4′s flagship bilingual arts series, Imeall, chronicles cultural life in Ireland, getting up close and personal with the leading artists in all corners of Ireland. In this episode, Ria Murphy teaches Rossa Ó Snodaigh how to do static trapeze at the European Juggling Convention and talks about her time as a Fidget Feet Aerial Dance performer.
Aerial Cirque kids on Elev8, RTE
Challenged to try aerial silks, Seán Regan came to Aerial Cirque in this segment of Do You Dare for the RTE kids show Elev8.
Fabulous review of Aerial Cirque’s Aerial Silks classes in Ireland’s fashion and lifestyle magazine Imagine.
It felt incredible to just hang freely, relying only on the silks, which are surprisingly sturdy and supportive. I swung, twirled, and wrapped myself in fabric for an hour and, thanks to Ria, really got a feel for it. It's a serious workout, too; my stomach and arms ached for days afterwards. I needed help to get into a lot of the positions, but it was so much fun, and I couldn't believe how much I was able to do by myself, once I had been shown how.