Annual Shows

The next generation of circus artists!


The 2022 graduating class show | Presented at Tohu

A great educational and artistic experience, the 2022 annual graduation show will be presented from June 2 to 12 at TOHUThis rite of passage allows our graduates, from higher education, to integrate their learning and participate in all stages of creating a large-scale production

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TRIPTYQUE show of 2nd year students 

TRIPTYQUE is a program of three short circus creations presented by the second-year students from our higher education program. This format can be defined as a laboratory, a space for research and creation that is decidedly contemporary.
The event will be presented from June 7 to 11, 2022 at the sudio Chapiteau of the ENC.

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Preamble show of 1st year students 

Preamble is a two circus creations performance presented by ou students from the Tremplin and first year of the higher education program. This show is often the first opportunity that our artists get to perform on stage.

FREE TICKETS with reservation. Hurry! Places are limited.

The event will be prensented from June 2 to 12, 2022 at the exterior chapiteau of TOHU.

Preparatory and Circus and High School studies show 

This show is a collection of short performances presented by our students from the Preparatory program and the Circus and High School studies. These creations showcase their mastery of circus arts.
The event will be presented from May 27 to 29, 2022  at the studio Chapiteau of the ENC.

Previous Shows

  Poster, Annual show, l'amour et les extraterrestres Poster, annual show, Hangar des possibles       Ecole nationale de cirque Pour le meilleur et pour le pire Ecole nationale de cirque - La vie en swing Ecole nationale de cirque flèche au coeur génération 2.0 Ecole nationale de cirque Messa Pomme grenade

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"The National Circus School’s end-of-year shows (…) are excellent examples of the level of quality found in the Montreal circus."

- La Presse

"Circus has a very different look in Canada and beyond, a phenomenon that can be credited in good part to the National Circus School…"

- The Globe and Mail, Toronto