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The Circa Carnival is coming to Darwin and celebrating animals!

By Korgan Hucent

Carnival of the Animals is the name of Circa’s latest show that will be touring Darwin and playing at the Darwin Entertainment Centre from Tuesday 4th October – Thursday 6th October.  An all ages event, the show tells the whimsical tales of the creatures of both land and sea, through the amazing tumbling, flying, leaping and spinning moves performed by Circa’s highly talented acrobatic performers.

The Ray White Bayside team here know a bit about zebras and kangaroos from the hours spent watching the Discovery Channel and the touring we’ve done throughout Australia respectively….but to actually see zebras juggle and flip and kangaroos skip and somersault, we’ve never seen anything like that before!

It’ll all be happening as part of Carnival of the Animals and the unique and delightful salute to features, fur and fins.  This is an acrobatic performance that will be remembered for all the right reasons, and will showcase what really is best described as the new generation of circus.

Tickets are available online at:  Tickets range from $20 for a Premium Child aged 3-17, through to $35 for an A Reserve Adult.

Be sure to check out the same link above for session times and days, and be sure to book quick to avoid missing out!

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