Roll up roll up, for a night of family fun at Mr Fips Wonder Circus in March now

Mr Fips Wonder Circus

Mr Fips Wonder Circus - Credit: Archant

Big family fun under the big top is guaranteed at Mr Fips Wonder Circus which is currently running shows in March.

From start to finish the show holds its audience enthralled making them laugh and gasp in equal measure as the talented array of performers wow with their extraordinary talents.

From the outset the rapport between the performers and the audience is set thanks to the naughty antics of Mr Fips, which have everyone laughing especially when he ends up soaked through as the result of a very wet water sketch with fellow clown Charlie.

There are breathtaking acrobatic acts using fabric aerial ribbons and silks, which hold you spellbound as performer Laura appears to dance effortlessly in the sky.

The beautiful Jana Roberts enthralls with both her hula hoop sensation and her aerial sphere routine, while former Moldovian gymnast Ruslan combines strength and balance in his two unique acts.

His juggling skills, whilst on roller skating, is eye bogglingly good.

The interaction between the audience and the performers is enhanced thanks to the hands-on approach by all involved with the circus, from greeting visitors as they arrive at the big top to selling popcorn and drinks in the interval.

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All in all Mr Fips Wonder Circus provides plenty of true old-fashioned entertainment for all the family, which is guaranteed to send you home with a smile on your face.

The circus is currently at the driving range on the outskirts of March where there will be shows tonight (Friday) at 7.30pm, tomorrow at 2pm and 5pm and Sunday at 2pm only.

The circus will then move to Wisbech opening on Wednesday at the big top, which will be located off Redmoor Lane (pink tractor field off the A47) and will be there until Sunday.

To book contact: 07719-877422 and for more information find them on Facebook.

Definitely a great night’s entertainment and nice treat for all ages.

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