Circus Ginnett brings new show to Fenland with five days of performances

16:20 14 February 2014

Antonio the clown.

Antonio the clown.

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Circus Ginnett returns to Fenland next week with a new show and performers from across Europe who guarantee plenty of humour and excitement - as well as some clowning around.

Vader the wonder dog with Patrick Austin.Vader the wonder dog with Patrick Austin.

Enthusiastic artists from Holland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Ireland and England make up the cast who will amaze crowds under a Big Top at the Priory Golf Centre in Wimblington.

Among the performers will be clown Antonio, who will bring smiles to the faces of the audience, Bulgarian acrobats Veselka and Nedyalko, making their debuts in the UK, and their daughter Yana, aged five, a hula hoop artist.

Anke, from Holland, will entertain from the roof of the big top with her daring aerial dancing and Vader the wonder dog, assisted by Patrick Austin, will show off their clever and funny antics.

The show’s climax features a spectacular motorcycle carousel, which sees breathtaking aerial work above fire and knife juggling, provided by the Easy Riders.

Veselka and Nedyalko make their UK debut in the new show.Veselka and Nedyalko make their UK debut in the new show.

The circus is in Wimblington from February 19-23. Performances are at 7pm on February 19, 3pm and 6pm on February 20-21, 2pm and 5pm on February 22 and 2pm on February 23.

Tickets cost £5 each when you use the voucher on this page.

For more information or to book tickets call 07582 353634 visit www.circusginnett.com

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