Stardust Circus coming to the Whitsundays
14th May 2014
CIRCUS TALENT: Lion trainer and clown, Matt Ezekial, will be ready to dazzle local audiences when the Stardust Circus comes to town next week.
SHOW SPECTACULAR: Stardust Circus ringmaster Adam 'Warney' Presland is looking forward to their Airlie Beach shows from Thursday, May 15 to Sunday, May 18.
AUSTRALIA'S largest animal circus is coming to town for five exclusive live shows in Cannonvale, starting next Thursday, May 15.
The circus has performing animals including African lions, mischievous monkeys, six magnificent Liberty horses as well as miniature trick ponies that will entertain the whole family.
Audiences will also witness a large flying trapeze troupe, a spectacular 10-person Hungarian trained Teeter Board (springboard) act, dynamic aerialists high above their head, enthralling jugglers, acrobatic comedy and of course many crazy clowns.
Stardust Circus is operated by Janice and Lindsay Lennon, along with five brothers and sisters from the West Circus family.
The family have been in the circus industry all their lives and are proudly bringing up the next generation of performers among a supportive family structure.
Lion trainer and clown, Matt Ezekial, said all animals had been trained with the reward method and were treated as a valued part of this large family.
The circus travels on 22 motor vehicles including semi trailers, 14 trucks and many 4WDs - all towing caravans and equipment trailers for live performances in various outback towns as well as all major cities in Australia.
The show is approximately two hours long including interval and tickets cost $20 per child and $30 per adult for gallery seating, $25 per child and $35 per adult for elevated chairs, $30 per child and $35 per adult for second row ringside and $35 per child and $45 per adult for first row ringside.
Children aged 2-and-under are free if they can sit on the lap of an adult, with children aged 3-15 included in the child pricing cost.
Those aged 16-and-over require adult tickets.
Shows will start next Thursday (May 15) at 7pm, followed by performances on Friday (May 16) at 7pm, Saturday (May 17) at 2pm and 6pm, with the final circus extravaganza On Sunday (May 18) at 11am.
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