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A Dublin based aerial circus theatre company is bringing its unique, gravity defying, brand of drama to the Linenhall Arts Centre on Thursday next (March 26).
Roll up, roll up...the spectacular Daredevil Circus, featuring international circus stars from all over the world, is coming to Castlebar and Ballina.
THE INTERNATIONAL ‘freakshow’ that is The Squidling Brothers Circus Sideshow comes to Galway for a night of mind bending comedy stunts that will leave you in stitches one minute and your jaw on the floor the next.
GRAVITY DEFYING trapeze acts, red nose slapstick, poetry, Hula-Hoops, juggling, and breath-taking acrobatics will collide in a show by a pair of performers The Irish Times said are “turning the circus tradition upside down”.
SHIR MADNESS, possibly the hottest name in Irish burlesque right now, will be among the acts taking to the stage when The Dirty Circus descends on the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway.
The historic surrounds of Castlebar's Military Barracks is to come to life in a colourful display of acrobats, jugglers, aerialists, ponies, and clowns as the world's longest running and oldest traditional circus makes a welcome return to the town.
Boards dominated by councillors and banning circuses which use animal performances will be on the agenda for next Monday’s Galway City Council meeting.
I loved the circus, really loved it. As a kid, it was one of the few flashes of true colour that came through in a life decidedly lived in black and white. They'd arrive in the Green a few hundred yards behind our house and from early morning, the ping ping ping of the tent pegs being hammered into the soft ground would shatter through the morning silence. By the time we'd come home from school for lunch, the tent flags would flutter above the trees and for a day or two, a little bit of magic would light up the dullness of the town. In some ways, the arrival of the circus was better than the circus itself.
The streets of Galway will be invaded by the colourful and the bizarre with dancing lobsters, pink aliens, architecturally-aware red balls, and giant mechanical dragons, as the Galway International Arts Festival’s Street Spectacle acts take residence this month.
THE DIRTY Circus, Galway’s burlesque and cabaret event, returns to the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday July 8 and as that is also the day the Galway Film Fleadh opens and fleadh guests will be attending the show.