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McLaren Circus Back In Town

McLaren Circus – Don’t miss all the fun. Watch Miss Cassandra Stone on the revolving trapeze, amazing chair balancing by Gilberto.

Whirlwind fast acrobatics by the Tanzanian Boys, flexibility and contortion by the lovely Miss Charne and impressive mouth balancing by circus legend Mademoiselle Francisca. Quick change magic Eizekel and Cristina, the death defying Double Globe of Death riders and fire and limbo acts are also on the menu. Our resident clowns little Alick and Prakito will have you rolling down the aisles with laughter and impress you with their hilarious clowning skills. Do not forget our beautiful animals. Visit their website

Enjoy an amazing mixed caged act with Bengal tigers, a rare white Bengal tiger, African lionesses and rare white lions presented by South Africa’s very own David McLaren. Other animal acts include our perky poodles, Arabian camels, miniature horses, ponies, Friesian horses and Burmese pythons. All presented to you in our brand new Italian manufactured big top tent featuring new seating imported from Italy.

Place: Piet Retief Rugby Club, from the 2nd to the 4th of September. Shows daily at 3pm and 7pm. Costs & Contact Details: R90 (Raised Benches), R120 (Raised Seating Reserved) and R140 (Ringside Reserved) For bookings or further information, please contact our ticket office on 082 747 5726 or email us at bookings@mclarencircus.co.za


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