Juggling and Firetwirling, Monash Club of (MCJAF)



The Monash Club of Juggling and Firetwirling is a friendly group of circus-folk who meet every week to share skills. If you have an interest in juggling, poi, staff spinning, unicycling, or any other circus art, we are the club for you! We offer regular opportunities for members to be involved in volunteer and paid performances. MCJAF is a great place to meet new people and learn new skills, and beginners are always welcome. Other events we hold include camps, trivia nights and equipment making workshops - make your own poi or fire staff! We meet every Monday at 5pm on the Lemon Scented Lawns, Clayton campus. See you there!

Aims & Objectives

(i) Provide a regular meeting place for jugglers, firetwirlers and other performers to gather and practice their skills;

(ii) Hold regular beginners workshops to introduce people to juggling and firetwirling and teach the basic skills involved;

(iii) Perform for the Monash University community and demonstrate the skills gained by members;

(iv) Provide opportunities for members to gain performance skills through (coordinating professional performances;

(v) Provide a diverse range of equipment for juggling, firetwirling and other related circus arts for members’ use.

Annual Membership (MSA Card)


Annual Membership (Non MSA Card)



Madeleine Remont