BJC 20, Nottingham, 2007

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BJC # 20 11-15.04.2007

Location[edit]

NOTTINGHAM. Harvey Hadden Sports Centre, Calveley Road, Nottingham, NG8 4PB
and the neighbouring schools; Glenbrook Primary and Hadden Park.

Organisers[edit]

Main organiser: Peachi

Nottingham Juggling Club

Their Public show was produced by Andy Vass and stage managed by Mini Mansell

Attendance[edit]

The attendance was in excess of 1000 people and the public show had an audience of 1450.

Previous official website url[edit]

http://www.bjc2007.co.uk/ - no longer works

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BJC 2007 logo


Pass[edit]

BJC 2007 Pass

Prices[edit]

Adult Pre reg £60
Adult Full £70

Public Show[edit]

Steve Rawlings (compère)

Hula Angie (hula hoop)

Fairy Fire (Dream State Circus) (acro)

Norbi (rings)

Ros and Loz Jam (Poi)

Wes Peden (clubs)

Vova Galchenko

William Wei-Liang Lin (diabolo)

Jason Garfield (monologue)

Thomas Dietz (Poi)

Flame Oz (fire staff)

Jeanine Ebnöther (contact)

Tempei Arakawa (devilstick)

Get the Shoe (club passing/stealing)

Other shows[edit]

The BJC2007 also featured the WJF UK, that was run alongside the BJC, along with the BBMC (British Balloon Modelling Convention). and Britovision

British Young Juggler of the Year was well attended.
BYJOTY 2007 Awards: BYJOTY: Adrian Pole;
Judges Choice: Adrian Pole;
Durham convention award: Pete Thomsett; Crawley convention award: Sarah Biskup;
Silver awards: Norbi, Arron Sparks, Adrian Pole, John Booth

Games[edit]

Workshops[edit]

Review, video and photo links[edit]

http://juggling.tv/search.php?search_id=bjc07&search_type=videos

http://www.twjc.co.uk/nottingham.html

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nottingham/BJC-2007-20TH-BRITISH-JUGGLING-CONVENTION-NOTTINGHAM/61452221851

Notes and other details[edit]

Marquees by Jeff Dobson

One of the caterers was Veggies.

Here is a copy of the Notts programme File:BJC2007programme.pdf

On the same day as the parade and games (14 April) was the successful 2007 attempt at the the world record for number of people dressed as Robin Hood (165) held outside Nottingham Castle (where the parade started)(the record has since been beaten).[1]

Budget and other costs[edit]

Previous convention costs

there are no records yet to show overall expenses and overall income