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Eclipse is a cabaret-style circus show, with flying trapeze – you too may be able to have a swing or two on the night, if you’re lucky!

If you liked the bloodred moon, you’re going to love the Eclipse circus show at the beautiful Circus Arts venue in Byron Bay, an enjoyable spectacle that can only be enhanced by some excellent curries with unique local spices, blended in-house.

Catering on the night will be courtesy of Karma Cafe, who will be serving an array of Indian Australian fusion curries, naan breads and much more, to accompany the show. The circus show will also serve as the occasion for the launch of Karma Cafe’s very own blend of spices that are sourced locally and blended in-house, available at their spice bar.

Also, for the very first time, you will be able to try butter chicken burgers and spicy veggie burgers, created especially for the show night.

Come join Circus Arts for an amazing night with friends and family.

This Friday, 25 June at 6pm. Book your tickets now on circusarts.com.au


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