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A Circus Arts performer flies through the air. Photo: Kurt Petersen
A Circus Arts performer flies through the air. Photo: Kurt Petersen

Circus Arts Byron Bay will present an epic tale of good vs evil for their end of year, all school show, Superheros Vs Supervillains.

With a cast of over 150 students ranging from age 5 – 50, this show is shaping up to be one of the most ambitious yet.

In a new and exciting format, audiences can choose to see one show or follow the story over two adventurous evenings as the circus Superheros struggle to overpower the scheming Supervillains.

The comic book comes to life as battles are won with daring circus tricks and one side emerges victorious. Will good finally conquer evil? Tune in on the second night to find out!

The shows will be held on 9 and 10 December.

Tickets at the door or online at:

http://bookeo.com/circusarts?type=232K7EPLM1480AD98465


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