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Big top coming to Belfast's Writer's Square for Christmas events

Published 20/10/2016

The shows will be in Belfast in December.
The shows will be in Belfast in December.
The shows will be in Belfast in December.

Tumble Circus are launching their season of Christmas Circus shows in Belfast.

There will be circus shows for families during the day called Snow and in the evening the big top will be transformed into a Gala Cabaret Circus Club called Raucous complete with a full bar, circus stand-up, special guest and a DJ.

The event will take place at Writers Square in Belfast in the tumble circus heated big top.

The shows will run between December 8-18.

SNOW

The family circus show will be all human, all skill and all thrill event. Modern, high skilled and acts, including Acrobats, aerialist and juggler. Spectacular circus with an inspiring modern soundtrack, international circus artist and comedy characters that both young and old can enjoy.

RAUCOUS

A modern circus cabaret with acrobats, aerialist, jugglers and including stand-up and burlesque. There will also be a DJ event runs from 8-11pm show starts at 8.30 with an interval show ends at 10.15.

TUMBLE CIRCUS

Tumble Circus is a modern circus company, based in Belfast. They have won international awards for their work and have toured throughout Ireland, UK, Europe, Canada and Australia.

Tumble Circus provides a unique experience of innovative and contemporary Irish circus, specialising in high skilled circus – theatre – comedy.  At the core of Tumble Circus is a dedication to training, learning and constantly pushing the boundaries of their own work. It is their desire and life’s work to create new and exciting circus that entertains, amazes and is accessible to all.

Winner with “This is what we do for a living” at the Adelaide Fringe Festival 2012.

Nominated for Best Circus Show with “This is what we do for a living” at the Adelaide Fringe Festival 2011 and Perth Fringe World 2012.

Tumble Circus is supported by Belfast City Council.

Tickets start at £7.50 for children and £12 per adult - tickets available here

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