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Tony’s Imaginary Circus

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SPRING BAY MILL AND ROOKE PRESENT 3 SHOWINGS OF TONY’S IMAGINARY CIRCUS!

Start your year with a bang!

Roll up and witness a world of amazing acrobatics, classy conjuring, hypnotising hula hoops, and lots and lots of fun. A show for all ages, where anything is possible, you’ll laugh, gasp then giggle some more.

This little company will leave you with a skip in your heart and a smile on your face.

Starring Tony Rooke, Lewie West, Freyja Wild and Conor Wild.

*Purchase tickets before December 20th and go into the draw to win a free night’s glamping at the Mill! 1 ticket = 1 entry

 

1st show

Sunday 2nd January, 2022

6:00-6:45

 

2nd show

Monday 3rd January, 2022

3:00-3:45pm

 

3rd show

Monday 3rd January, 2022

6:00-6:45pm

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