Children go free offer to celebrate World Circus Day in Beeston Regis

Russells International Circus celebrates World Circus Day in Beeston Regis. Picture: Ally McGilvray

Russells International Circus celebrates World Circus Day in Beeston Regis. Picture: Ally McGilvray - Credit: Archant

Stunt bikers from Brazil lead an international line-up of entertainers from around the world at the circus in north Norfolk over Easter.

The Lucius Team will ride their motorcycle’s around the inside of the globe of death. Picture: Russe

The Lucius Team will ride their motorcycles around the inside of the globe of death. Picture: Russell's Circus - Credit: Russell's Circus

The Lucius Team, who perform in the globe of death, are one of the new attractions currently appearing at Russells International Circus as it makes its annual visit to Beeston Regis, by Sheringham.

They are joined by Sheyen Cairoli from Italy - another new act - with her unique foot archery performance which sees her shooting a bow and arrow using only her feet.

The multi-award winning circus also boasts some familiar faces including hilarious comedy from Alex the clown and Amanda Russell.

The show is being staged on Cookies car boot site, on the Cromer Road, Sheringham.


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And to celebrate World Circus Day today (Saturday), Russells have announced all children will be admitted free with a full paying adult.

Circus director Rusty Russell said: 'This is the biggest common international feast of the circus communities around the Globe. It's a special opportunity to celebrate together, to get more supporters and fans of the art of happiness. Our possibilities are borderless.'

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If readers would like to take advantage of the offer they must quote the reference 'World Circus Day' at the circus box office when purchasing tickets.

For more information on showtimes and ticket prices please call the box office on 07752218805 or log onto www.russellscircus.co.uk

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