Roll up! Planet Circus returning to Scarborough with summer spectacular
Planet Circus is returning to Scarborough from next Monday (July 20) with its summer spectacular show.
The circus will be at the site off Filey Road at Lebberston, with a variety of fast-paced international artists.
Krisztian, from Hungary, will wow audiences with his hand balancing skills and strap act.
Using their grace, strength and flexibility The Gemini Sisters will create an aerial display right before your eyes.
You can see one of the most dangerous acts in the world - Martti with his terrifying but fascinating crossbow spectacular.
High in the roof of the big top the OMG Brothers will entertain with their high speed skill on the thrilling Wheel of Death
A real favourite is back - the Globe Of Death, which always has people on the edge of their seats gasping, as riders ride at speeds of more than 60mph!
And bringing lots of fun and laughter will be David the clown.
The show is on:
Weekdays 4pm & 7pm
Saturday 2pm & 4.30pm
Sunday 2pm & 4.30pm
Saturday, Sunday, Mondays just £6.99.
To book, call the info line on 07563 727206 or book online at Eventbrite, Skiddle or Ticketweb.
Jo McMullan said: "It’s such a relief to hear from the Government that we are now able to open, just in time for our summer stand.
"We have been coming to Scarborough for as long as I can remember and always have great audiences here - it’s one of my favourite places to open.
"It’s going to be a really busy week preparing for the change in government regulations regarding Covid-19 but as a team we will ensure it’s a safe but fun environment for everyone."
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