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Expired Event - Zirk! - Russia's Big Top Circus Spectacular - 3 Jul 2019

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Zirk! - Russia's Big Top Circus Spectacular

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Every day until Fri 12 Jul 2019
From $45
For the first time in Australia, ZIRK! – The Big Top Circus from Russia and the World will arrive in Sydney this July. Combining the thrills and fun of Russia’s finest circus traditions with the skills of today’s daredevil heroes, ZIRK! is a must-see international circus.

Be up front and part of the action under the Big Top Chapiteau, where no audience member is ever more than 15 rows from the ring. You will hold your breath watching the jaw-dropping ‘Double, Double Giant Wheel’, marvel at the agility and precision of the ‘Fast Track’ Russian acrobats, gasp at the death-defying aerialists, and a whole lot more!

With the very best circus performers from Russia and the world, ZIRK! is the most exciting, action packed, awe inspiring spectacular to visit Sydney this year.

Affordable, family fun, equally engaging for adults and children alike, ZIRK! – The Big Top Circus from Russia and the World is a must-see international circus, don’t miss out!

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Tickets available now online.
The Showring, The Entertainment Centre, 122 Lang Rd, Moore Park NSW 2021
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