Prepare for Circus Fantasia this weekend in Wisbech

07:07 15 February 2013

Circus Fantasia

Circus Fantasia

Archant

MAGICIANS, illusionists, acrobats and clowns will all dazzle audiences at Circus Fantasia this weekend in Wisbech.

Performers will display amazing feats of beauty and strength with award winning comedy, juggling, acrobatics and aerial grace.

It also features magician Farael Scholten, Europe’s youngest magician, who won an award at the Monte Carlo Circus Festival last year for his performance.

Olympia Rose, of Circus Fantasia, said: “Our aim is to bring good old-fashioned, top-quality, affordable entertainment to the public, catering for all ages and cultures.

“With artists from all over the globe, this new circus for 2013 is the circus you have always dreamed of.”

The circus opened last night at the Sunday Market site in Enterprise Way. Performances also take place today (3pm and 6pm), tomorrow and Sunday (both 2pm and 5pm).

Ringside tickets cost £13 for adults and £10 for children, using the voucher in today’s Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard. Grandstand seats are £10 for adults and £8 for children, with restricted view seats £7.

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