Win family tickets to see the Netherlands National Circus in Lowestoft

The Netherlands National Circus and teamed up with the EDP to offer 15 lucky readers to chance to win Premier Family tickets for their run at the Royal Green, Lowestoft, from June 28 to July 3.

They say it's every Dutch child's ambition to star in the Netherlands National Circus. The Netherlands National Circus has been the pride of Holland since it was established in 1948. Touring under a purpose-built big top, their public facilities are more of a portable theatre than a circus, and performances are of the high level you'd expect from a respected national institution.

The Netherlands National Circus 2011 features The Flying Neves from Brazil, performing an incredible triple somersault; springboard acrobats from Hungary, The Trio Bokafi, along with clowns, daring acrobats and lots more in a dazzling show for all the family.

There are no animals, and innovation and quality are at the top of the agenda for the international company of human performers.

A circus spokesman said: 'It's marvellous to be on tour here with such a special show. This circus is from Holland, but the idea of circus performance was a British invention, and the circus is close to people's hearts everywhere'.

For more information, visit You can buy tickets from their website, from the on-site box office (open 10am-8pm daily), or phone 0844 415 5228

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How to enter:

For your chance to win one of 15 Premier Family tickets just answer the following question:

Where are The Flying Neves from?

A) Brazil

B) Burma

C) Barford

Click the link at the top of the next column to enter.

Terms and conditions:

The closing date for this competition is Friday June 24. The first 15 correct entries chosen at random will receive a Premier Family ticket to see the circus in Lowestoft. Standard Archant competition rules apply - follow the Terms & Conditions link on this website.

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