Circus comes to Cleethorpes
THE CIRCUS is coming to Cleethorpes – and this time all the performers are human.
Russell's International Circus is one of the last all-human shows remaining – and organisers claim audiences are in for a lot more than "elephants doing pointless tricks for a lump of sugar".
Russell's International Circus
The show – which will be held near Pennell's Garden Centre, Humberston Road – explodes to life, with amazing acts brought in from across the world through the circus' unique foreign exchange programme.
Rusty Russell – who performs in and runs the show alongside his wife Amanda – said: "After all the recent controversy regarding the ill treatment of elephants on a sub standard British circus we are proud to bring our state of the art all human production to Cleethorpes
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"In this day and age the human boundaries are been pushed further all the time and the standards of human acts are now quite amazing, which in my view makes it totally unacceptable to make an elephant do pointless tricks for a lump of sugar."
Among the acts taking to the ring are:
A magical wizard, who transforms into the beautiful Miss Stephanie on the aerial rope before your very eyes.
The amazing Turunbaka Brothers, who have travelled from Mongolia to show off their amazing strength – including feats such as the four-man life and catching canon balls with their necks.
Romantic couple Bayra and Zaya, from Mongolia, on the aerial silks.
Clown Rusty Russell – who knows how to make an entrance.
Find out more:
The circus will be in town from Wednesday September 16 to Sunday September 27.
Show times are: Wednesdays 7.30pm only, Thursdays and Fridays 5pm and 7.30pm, Saturdays 3pm and 6pm, and Sunday, 2pm only.
For more information and tickets visit www.state-circus.com or call 07752 218805.