BJC 2, Bath, 1989

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BJC # 2 26-27.3.1989

Location[edit]

BATH. The sports centre next to Bath RFC's ground, The Recreation Ground, Bath, BA2 4ET.
(now known as Bath Sports & Leisure Centre).

Organisers[edit]

Main organiser: Stuart Ashman.
Team: Roger Drop, Charlie Dancey & Haggis Mcleod

Attendance[edit]

550

Previous official website url[edit]

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BJC 2 sweatshirt


Pass[edit]

Presumed Pass for Bath BJC


A badge (presumed).


Prices[edit]

Public Show[edit]

was held in Bath Pavilion on Sunday the first day of the convention

Nick Nickerson
Ra Ra Zoo
Charlie and Haggis
Bath Buns
Rex Hornsby
Joe from Hebden Bridge

Other shows[edit]

Games[edit]

The games were held in the public square adjacent to Bath Abbey, beside the Pump Room of the Roman Baths, which was surely the most spectacular background ever for BJC games. Games included 5-egg cascade endurance, and unicycle jousting.

Workshops[edit]

Review, video and photo links[edit]

Review by Andy Robinson in IJA magazine http://www.juggle.org/history/archives/jugmags/41-2/41-2,p34.htm

Notes and other details[edit]

Camping was provided some miles away in the walled kitchen garden of a stately pile.
It was bloody cold. Mind you most of the circus trucks parked behind Bath sports centre and the Parade took over the city, fantastic show in the Pavilion, circus theatre was on the map.

The dates (26-27/3/89) are from the sweatshirt photo, meaning the convention was from Easter Sunday to bank holiday Monday.

Charlie Dancey designed the t-shirt

The success of the British Jugging Convention in Bath inspired the creation of the Bristol Juggling Convention: see Bristol flyer