Flying fruit fly circus meets 1940s rural Australia
AUSTRALIA’S world-famous national youth circus, known for its heartfelt storytelling, puts a flying twist on childhood with their new show “Junk”, appearing in Dubbo on Saturday, April 21, at 6pm.
The circus will turn the Dubbo Regional Theatre stage into a retro 1940s rural Australia set, reliving a time before kids were screen-agers.
Using only their imaginations, the artists transform household trash into a magical landscape of thrilling circus adventures.
Youth tickets $20, concession $23, subscribers $20.
Tickets are on sale now from drtcc.com.au or the Theatre Box Office on 6801 4378.
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