The circus is back in town and it’s just the start of Cockburn’s season of fun.
Delighting families in Perth’s northern suburbs throughout the school holidays, the Great Moscow Circus sets up its marquee on Hamilton Hill from October 13 to 30 for its most “extreme” show yet.
Marketing manager Mark Edgeley said they would be bringing the “monster extreme circus” to Perth for the first time in four years, with new acts added since their last visit.
“Our new show features daredevil BMX and Pro Scooter Riders alongside Trial Bike Flair Riders and the stunning Wheel of Death,” said Mr Edgeley.
“Compared to our previous show, it has a lot more wow factor. Having BMX and scooter riders is a whole new experience, these guys are really awesome.”
Mr Edgeley said their circus performers from around the world would make the death-defying acts thrilling for all ages.
“At the end of the day, this is an all-ages show. . . from two years old to 90 years old, you are not too old and you are not too young,” he said.
But it’s not just the circus coming to town: Cockburn Live kicks off on November 5.
The fringe-style pop-up event at Cockburn Central will feature at least 15 very different shows from across Australia.
From top-notch comedy to thrilling live music, daring burlesque to cutting-edge acrobatics and aerial magic, the 200-seat Spiegeltent event is set to keep the entertainment going for nine days in November.