Hastings Fun – Colin and Ed





Ministry members Colin and Ed get groovy with contact juggling and poi in Hastings [UK]
Contact Juggling Ministry of Manipulation
(edit from Ryan in 2010) This is one of my favorite releases from back in the early days. Rumor has it Colin and Ed are working on a new video together.

The tapes have arrived!




contact juggling video5 DV tapes arrived at the Ministry today. Raw footage of the CJC 2007, France, courtesy of Bruno.
I’m very excited.

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Plate spinning in the countryside




juggling.tv – plate spinning in the countryside

Recently posted over juggling.tv, Ian Marchant –That Juggler with some excellent plate spinning action.

Phillip ‘Pacman’ Chbeeb




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OPM3ex1jrk

It’s been a while since we had a popping video on the blog…

Colin pointed me towards this one the other day: An audition taken by Phillip Chbeeb from Houston Texas for the show ‘So You Think You Can Dance’.

Some really nice moves, and some really tight illusion as well.

7 in 1 Hand Palmspinning





YouTube – Panda Bears by 7
Jingluo is palmspinning 7 in 1 hand – that makes 2 of us.
If you’re interested in Multiball with small balls, he is the youtube user to watch.

A Normal Day Tricks





Youtebe link: a normal day
Sebastian and Thomas – Miscellaneous manipulations. Surely some of these are faked! they’re impossible.
The Chair is Colin and my favorite. Jeanine wants to see the toothbrushing isolated :).
Posted on Jugglingdb here.

Les Kiriki – Japanese Acrobats




Unreal skills from this vintage Japanese acrobats clip.
😉

From ManiacWorld:
There’s stepping into the way-back machine, and then there’s Les Kiriki: Acrobates Japonaises, a goofy little short clip from 1907. French director Segundo de Chomón directed some 125 short films between 1902 and 1917, specializing in the wierd and the wonderful.