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ONE HUNDRED and fifty young Galwegians will be performing in the Black Box Theatre at circus spectacle styled show, The Circus of Lir.
Watch 2,000 years of tradition explode in the world's greatest acrobatic circus at the Royal Theatre
The action-packed Chinese State Circus show Yin Yang is the embodiment of a traditional art form which can trace its history back over 2,000 years. This stunning production lives and breathes with the enthusiasm of its acrobatic artistes, whose whole lives centre around their skills. The result is the purest, most honest, most abiding and exhilarating people circus that is a true privilege to see. From the very beginning, it is non-stop entertainment, consisting of very impressive human abilities, tricks, and skills.
ON FRIDAY November 25 and Saturday 26 at 7.30pm in the Black Box Theatre, Galway Community Circus and Fidget Feet Aerial Dance Theatre presents their new show, The Lost Circus.
Tom Duffy’s Circus will be making a welcome return to Barrack Street in Kilkenny from Monday 10 until Wednesday October 12.
Cirque Trottola is one of the more magical events at this year’s Westport Arts Festival; an unusual performance, combining concepts of theatre and trapeze, comedy and art. The show juggles emotion and physical wonder, through mime and music, bundles and burdens. The intimacy of the tent enhances the daring of the acrobatics, tenderly evoking the strength and fragility of life. Vibrant characters ensure this French experience will appeal to a wide audience (aged eight and over).
Ireland's premier family circus, the award-winning Circus Gerbola has been wowing Mayo audiences this week with a powerful display of gravity-defying and hair-raising acrobatics. During the two-hour show appearances by Barney and beautiful trained horses also entertain parents and children, all in all making for a not-to-be-missed performance.
Galway Community Circus has announced a fundraising event to be held in The Bank of Ireland Theatre in NUIG.
THE GALWAY Circus Project will resume its programmes of workshops today and there are a few places left in the age eight to 12 classes.
THE GALWAY Community Circus is looking for young people aged 13 and over with circus aspirations to join the group for a show in the Black Box in November.
Roll up, roll up - the circus is coming to town! And we are offering readers ten pairs of free tickets to go along and see the show.