EXPECT spectacular stunts, wondrous animal performances and, of course, zany clowns when Circus Royale rolls into town next week.
Circus Royale is currently undertaking its whirlwind tour of the South Coast region after playing to packed audiences across Perth.
Western Australian-born circus owner and ringmaster Damian Syred said Circus Royale offered an exciting mix entertainment designed to appeal to contemporary audiences.
“Circuses have changed to in with modern expectations. The seating is better, the lighting is better, the sound, the sound is improved and we have heaters and coolers in the tent. We are proud of how we look after our animals here too.”
Featuring a vast array of performers, the many acts on display at Circus Royale will be sure to dazzle and amaze all ages.
The Miller Duo, known for their acrobatic feats involving high-speed spinning on fast-moving roller skates, have been thrilling audiences across the state.
“A lot of people come to forget their problems and have fun. My act is fast and dangerous and I know it is but I cannot have fear,” said performer Charlotte Miller, who was born into the famous British Jay Miller circus family.
Circus Royale’s first performance in Esperance will be held on Thursday, 24 January under the 750-seat Big Top at the Greater Sports Ground on Black Street.
Mr Syred said Circus Royale would appeal to everyone.
“You’re never too old. You’re never too young. You’re never too cool to go to the circus.”