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NEW TERM BEGINNING

Monday 30th January

FLYING TRAPEZE MIXED CIRCUS CLASSES

ADULTS, CHILDRENS & KINDER CLASSES

– TERM DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE –

PLUS CASUS PRESENTS KNEE DEEP

A contemporary circus show featuring five outstanding performers from Brisbane.

Shows: 16th & 17th Feb @ 8pm

18th Feb @ 3pm & 8pm

Adults $18 Children $12

Masterclass: Sun 12th Feb 9am – 4pm

For more information, timetable and bookings:

www.circusarts.com.au Ph: 02 6685 6566

or email: [email protected]


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