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AUSSIE: The Australian Circus Spectacular expected to resume this morning

FEBRUARY 27, 2016
AUSSIE: The Australian Circus Spectacular expected to resume this morning

AUSSIE CIRCUS – The Australian Circus Spectacular, which is in the Nelson Mandela Bay, as part of a nationwide tour, is expected to resume on Saturday morning after Friday night's opening show was cancelled at the last minute.

After its first stop in Cape Town, the show moves to The Boardwalk’s Festival Lawns where the daring, and talented performers will mesmerize local audiences from 27 February to 6 March 2016.

The Australian Circus Spectacular is an exclusively human, feel-good circus spectacular that blends amazing cirque style acrobatics, hilarious antics and extreme, high octane stunts. Cape Town born, Sebastian Cassie is the executive producer of the show.

Meryl Cassie, also South African born, is the lead actress in the international television cult series, The Tribe, joins AUSSIEas the ring mistress.

This is the first time AUSSIEhas visited foreign soil, and it aims to leave audiences in awe with the cast performing the unbelievable.

The show includes cannonball acts performed by expert stuntman Luiz Daza as well as outrageous Globe of Death act which features up to five motorbike riders, and thrilling freestyle motor cross stunts during which riders reach gut-wrenching heights.

Between these outstanding and unbelievable stunts, talented and equally daring AUSSIES will perform amazing acts of human endurance, skill and strength.

The Australian Circus Spectacularis entertainment for all South Africans to enjoy. AUSSIE is a circus that doesn’t use animals, which is great and it will certainly be a show not to be missed!” says Neil Barker, Chief Executive Officer of Oracle Media.

Tickets are on sale at Computicket and range in price from R200 for adults and from R150 for children under 14.

Follow the AUSSIES on their tour of South Africa via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/aussie.australiancircusspectacular/
and share the moments on Instagram and Twitter using @aussie_acs. 

---additional reporting OracleMedia.