Circus Fantasia returns to Clacton Pier for the summer

  • 12 July, 2018
  • Entertainment
  • On the pier


The ever popular Circus Fantasia are back at
Clacton Pier at the weekend (July 14 and 15) with a thrilling new show for
their second major stint of the season.

They will be presenting Clacton Pier Circus in
the Jolly Roger before returning for the opening of the new development on July
21 and then appearing twice daily right through the summer holidays until
September 2.

The only break will be on August 23 and 24 for
the Clacton Airshow.

A programme of two shows a day has been
lined-up – 2pm and 4.15pm – with a dazzling array of international talent from
all corners of the globe. No animals are involved in Clacton Pier Circus.

The dancing water fountains are being added to
the show, having not been included at Whitsun.

Los Remanche clowns from Spain have signed up
along with Angel Bojilov, a unique slack wire presentation. Jidimis, from the
Netherlands, will provide an amazing act of magic and illusion on a grand

Miss Anya from the Ukraine will be on the
aerial silks and Miss Ellen from the UK will perform on the ground lollipop and
with the hula hoops. There will also be spinning plates with a twist and a
fantastic football juggler from Mexico.

Matthew Wingate, owner of Circus Fantasia
which is based in London and appears all over East Anglia, said that the whole
team are looking forward to another great summer at the Pier.

“We had a great reception last year – and
again at Whitsun – and people can look forward to an even better show this time
around,” he said.

“Circus Fantasia is becoming a regular part of
the offer at Clacton Pier and we are beginning to settle in at our new summer

Circus Fantasia’s dancing water fountains
feature more than 2,000 litres of coloured dancing waters and add something very
different to the climax of the show.

There is seating available for about 300
people for each performance and tickets priced £7 are available from the Pier
and online at www.clactonpier.co.uk
Performances last for one hour and 20 minutes with a ten-minute interval.

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