Fly­ing fruit fly cir­cus meets 1940s ru­ral Aus­tralia

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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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