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Snuff Puppets & acrobat - Circus Olé

Circus Olé From Australia

A thoroughly modern traditional circus

Roll Up! Roll Up! To Circus Olé, where physical virtuosity meets puppet anarchy!

The fame of two circus families - the Farellis and the Da Silvas - has faded. When they join forces to try and regain their former glory, skilful acrobatics collide dangerously with giant puppet animals. See the fabulous flying Farelli Family perform defiant high wire feats and jaw dropping acrobatics! Marvel at the Big Elephant and other assorted ferocious wild animals! Giant Chinese mathematical dogs! A parade of trained cows! A flock of squabbling seagulls! All this and more is waiting for you at Circus Olé!

A collaboration between two of Australia’s foremost performance companies, acrobat and Snuff Puppets, Circus Olé is a joyous celebration of traditional circus values. When the Snuff Puppets’ unique brand of vulgar, irreverent, gratuitously violent and comic sensibility is teamed up with the fearless, flying derring-do of acrobat, anything can happen! Suitable for all ages.

For more information visit www.snuffpuppets.com

General admission. Please note that seating in the Big Top is limited, so come early!

Date: 21 March
Time: 4:30pm
Date: 22 March
Time: 2:00pm
Date: 23 - 25 March
Time: 1:00pm
Date: 26 March
Time: 6:00pm
Location: Alexandra Gardens Big Top

Image: Ponch Hawkes
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