Big M Circus a holiday treat

Some of the crew from the Big M Circus

One of the summer delights for the Eurobodalla this year is the coming of the Big M circus to Batemans Bay. They are in town until the 13th Jan 2019 and set up at Mackay Park. Though the circus is just new with its premier performance being held just a week ago the producers of the circus are by no means new to the world of Circus and Entertainment with their international major circus and theatre backgrounds. In what was a seamless and polished performance the Parisian producers bought to the arena a well oiled machine of humour, theatrics and awe.

Click on the above for larger and slideshow The first thing you notice is the eye to detail. The outfits, the tent, the professional approach and much to the delight of those attending the revelation that the Great Summer Show is animal-free offering instead the best jugglers, trapeze artists, acrobats and with little doubt the funniest clown in Australia.

Some of the performers are from Cirque du Soleil and their skill and commitment to their craft shows in their every move. This production is quality from start to finish and is nothing like any circus the South East have seen before. A crowd favourite were the Russian trio putting together their death-defying trampoline act which was enough to raise a sweaty yet awestruck palm just watching it.

In a nutshell Big M Circus is wonderful family entertainment this summer holidays. Below are the comments of just a few who have already been

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