Last Updated: April 01, 2015

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WIN tickets to see Weber’s Circus in Mt Annan

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Roll up and prepare to be amazed when Webers Circus rolls into Mt Annan on Friday.

In town for two weeks, the famous circus is set to dazzle audiences with a clever mix of acrobatics, animals and stunts.

This year’s event is called “With a Touch of South America” and features a number of Latin-themed acts. Highlights include the Wheel of Death, salsa dancing, cube juggling and a new ragdoll show.

Circus manager Natalie Weber said her team looked forward to performing at Mt Annan.
“It’s a great chance for families to experience an amazing live show. There’s always something new to see at Webers Circus and we’d love people come and have a look.

For a chance to win one of five family passes write the name of this year’s show with your name, address and daytime phone number. 
The competition will be drawn on Friday and winners notified by phone.

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