Circus Royale performer relishing visit to home town of Northam

Circus Royale performer relishing visit to home town of Northam
Circus Royale performer relishing visit to home town of Northam

NAIL-BITING performances under the big top are the promise of a Northam circus owner who will visit his hometown on a tour of the Wheatbelt later this month.

Circus Royale ringmaster Damian Syred said his two-hour show this year would feature motorcycle daredevils along with traditional favourites.

Visiting WA for the first time are the daredevil siblings Brandon, Geraldine and Hugo Fernandez, who will manoeuvre at high speeds across a 4m wide steel cage called the Globe of Death.

The act is one of several standouts that also include acrobatic artistry, football-playing dogs, dancing horses and comedy with the Chilean Family Reyes.

Seating is available in the big top for all performances in York, from November 22-23 at the Tent Recreation Centre and in Northam, November 25-27 in the tent at Bert Hawke Park.

The ticket office is open from 10am each morning of the circus visit.

To book in advance: call 0410 669 253 or visit www.circusroyale.com.au.