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May 7, 2021

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Circus Arts Byron Bay present their first showcase for the year with their amazing performers direct from the Woodford Folk Festival.

Audiences are promised something special on the Spanish web, corde lisse and the double trapeze as well as a special guest performer on the evening. This monthly extravaganza is open to all members of the public and entry is just $2. After the show, audience members can have a go on the high flying trapeze for $5 a swing. Tonight 7pm at the Byron Entertainment Centre.


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