If you've seen Circus Smirkus or Cirque du Soleil, don't attend this show expecting the same calibre of polished performances. By the time the show got to the final act -- a high flying trapeze act -- I was very relieved to see a net given the number of fumbles and falls that had preceded this act. Particularly notable (not in a good way) was the tightrope walker who appeared nervous and fell repeatedly.
There was a certain charm to some of the acts (particularly the adorable dogs) and the crossbow artist was impressive, but overall we were disappointed.
Even at a Saturday matinee, there were many empty seats so likely no need to book in advance.
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