The British Juggling Convention (BJC) is one of the world's largest juggling conventions, held in a different city in Britain every year. The event usually takes place during the Easter school holiday, lasting from Wednesday to Sunday. The BJC usually features many workshops during the day, renegade shows at night, and a public show on Saturday.
The first BJC was a two-day convention in London in 1988, organised by Max Oddball and Charlie Holland. Since then it has been run by a different team in a different location each year, reaching a high of almost 2000 attendees in Coventry in 1992.