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By Nigel Slater 18/05 Updated: 18/05 11:39
A FEAST of entertainment is expected when one of the country's oldest circuses comes to Evesham next week.
Hand balancing, aerial acrobats, dangerous juggling and funny dogs causing havoc will be on show when Circus Ginnett stage their new performance at Corporation Meadow from next Friday (May 25) to Tuesday (May 29).
The circus re-opened its big top to great success last year following a long break after director Patrick Austin decided to continue the 200-year-old family circus with a brand new show featuring international artists.
The show will see police dog Vader take to the stage with his hilarious antics as he prevents Patrick from stealing jewellery in the roof of the big top in a comical routine.
Irish clown Baz also performs his crazy skills throughout the 90-minute show which is a mixture of sizzling excitement, perfectionism and up-tempo humour.
Visitors will fell the magic of the circus as soon as they enter the big top thanks to a smooth running, fun-filled performance that will captivate the audience from beginning to end.
It is a show that once again proves that circus art is valued entertainment for all ages
The opening show will be held on Friday (May 25) from 7.30pm with performances on at 2pm and 5pm on both Saturday and Sunday.
There will also be two shows held on Monday (May 28) at 5pm and 7.30pm and one show on Tuesday (May 29) at 5pm.
For more information or to book tickets call 07582 353634 or visit www.circusginnett.com.
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