WITH 20 elite athletes and performers, Circus Royale brings together a combination of acrobatics, comedy and death-defying stunts in a show that will have you on the edge of your seat.
Motorcycles, fire-juggling acrobats, extraordinary circus youth and brilliant illusions are all part of the 45th anniversary offering at Australia’s famous Circus Royale.
Throughout the two hour show, Pancholin the Chilean Clown will keep circus-goers of all ages entertained with his comic antics. Be prepared to experience nail-biting, white-knuckle thrills in the World famous Globe of Death act.
This most dangerous circus act with heart-stopping motorbike stunts will appear in every performance by this 45 year old circus returning to Western Australia after an absence of several years. The steel Globe of Death is four metres wide.
Mexican siblings Brandon, Geraldine and Hugo Fernandez will risk their lives in the Globe of Death to put on a great show, and are visiting Western Australia for their first time as part of a proposed two year stay in Australia.
The Globe of Death starts off with one rider, usually Brandon or Hugo, who shows off his skills riding a motorbike around inside a steel spherical cage, before he is joined by his brother to perform more complex tricks.
Circus Royale will be in Collie at the Wallsend Oval on Friday September 16 at 7pm, Saturday September 17 at 4pm and 7pm, and Sunday September 18 at 11am.
To win one of two family passes, email your name and daytime contact to email@example.com before 12pm.
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