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The Great Moscow Circus is Back!

By Chloe Boswell

The Great Moscow Circus is in town at North Lakes Westfield Shopping Centre for over a month and is getting ready to wow the crowds.

This year, the tour has 30 performers from Brazil, Russia, Greece, Ukraine, Belarus, Switzerland and of course, Australia, who will be showcasing their jaw-dropping circus acts. A circus just isn’t a circus without the heady mixture of daredevil acts, incredible costumes, makeup, hair and props and The Moscow Circus has it all.

The extreme circus will keep you on the edge of your seat with death-defying high wire acts, aerial silk artists flaunting their dexterity and strength mid-air, trapeze artists balancing on their itsy-bitsy toes and fingers, along with the ominous globe of death, featuring motorbikes.

If you’re not sucked in by the thought of these extreme circus acts and prefer something a bit tamer, then the performers have it covered as magicians and clowns will make you giggle and forget all your troubles for two and half hours, with a short intermission. * Please note there are no animals involved in this circus. *

The Moscow Circus will be setting up camp at North Lakes Westfield Shopping Centre from February 27th to March 15th, with plenty of shows to book tickets too. (Access is available via Stapylton St., North Lakes Westfield.)

This is a wheelchair friendly and family friendly event for all to enjoy.

Tickets start from $25 for children and adults $35. For bookings please click here

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