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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.
THE DIRTY Circus is going to throw ‘A Big Dirty Party!!’ of cabaret, burlesque, song, and sauce, in Kelly’s, Bridge Street, this Saturday from 9pm.
Roll up, roll up! Ireland’s oldest travelling show family of the past 100 years comes to the Mullingar Arts Centre.
Following last year’s successful visit to Castlebar, Tom Duffy’s Circus is back again for the Easter Holidays with a new show. From today Friday March 29 to Monday April 1 you will have the opportunity to witness Ireland’s greatest circus at the site on the Ballinrobe Road. With everything from expert acrobats to exotic animals you will not want to miss this wildly popular show.
Recognised as the world’s greatest acrobatic circus, the action-packed Chinese State Circus show ‘Yin Yang’ is the embodiment of a traditional art form which can trace its history back over 2000 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, honest, most abiding and exhilarating people circus that is a true privilege to see. From the very beginning, it’s non-stop entertainment, consisting of very impressive human abilities, tricks and skills. And it will be at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on Monday, April 15 for a show starting at 8pm.
Mayo is no stranger to playing host to some of the best events from the world of culture and arts and this spring will be no different as the fantastic production of the incomparable Chinese State Circus will be wowing audiences in Castlebar. China’s greatest circus will take to the stage at The Royal on Monday, April 15 with their premiere show ‘Yin Yang’ as part of their 12 date theatre tour across Ireland.
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.