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Royal Canadian Circus affords top-level entertainment

Don Fennell   Jun-01-2018

Ringmaster Joseph Dominik Bauer had the audience entrenched with his performance on the Wheel of Destiny.

Photo by Don Fennell


Good, affordable family entertainment is back with the Royal Canadian Family Circus.

Adults and children of all ages were captivated by the spectacular edge-of-your-seat shows, that on opening night Thursday in Richmond, required everyone’s full attention.

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There was seldom a moment where eyeballs weren’t affixed to the performances.

The circus’s Spectac 2018 will be at Lansdowne Centre through Sunday, June 3 with seven more captivating shows. The next stop on the national tour is June 7 to 10 in Abbotsford.

Shows are at 4 and 7:30 on Friday and Saturday with an additional Saturday show at noon. On Sunday, shows are at 1 and 5 p.m. only.

Tickets are available on site at the box office on the day of performance, but only cash is being accepted.

Tickets are $25 for regular admission, $35 for VIP seats, with ringside tickets for $50.

Tickets are half-price if you bring in a copy of the advertisement in this week's edition of The Richmond Sentinel, or use the PROMO CODE “sentinel” for online purchases at royalcanadiancircus.ca

•dfennell@richmondsentinel.ca


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