Circus will entertain the whole family

Come one, come all to the high-flying, death-defying Webers Circus.

The family-run circus is back in Macarthur this month to dazzle local crowds with aerial performances and amazing animals.

Natalie Weber, who runs the circus with her husband Rudy, said it was great to be back in Mount Annan and she hoped the crowds would fill out the big top each night.

“It’s a very fast-paced show with the best sound and lighting,” she said.

“We want it to be exciting, we don’t want to bore people.

“We don’t want to see any unhappy people walking out of the tent.”

Mrs Weber said the show included Russian horses, a ‘wheel of death’, hula hoops, trapeze artists and more.

She said there were a few new aspects to the show that locals who last saw Webers Circus in Mount Annan several years ago would not have seen.

Mrs Weber said the circus was great for local families because it was run by family.

“My husband and I were both born into circus families,” she said.

“And now our kids are part of the circus family too.

“A lot of people work hard to bring this circus to life and everyone does become part of a big family.

“That’s why we have such a strong family atmosphere.”

Mrs Weber said the horse work in this circus was especially brilliant and the horses themselves had been specially imported from overseas.

Webers Circus is in town from Thursday, October 12 to Saturday, October 22.

Tickets range from $18 (child) to $42 (VIP adult). Details: weberscircus.com.

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