Free tickets to the circus

Free tickets to the circus

Oct 13, 2014
As part of a fundraising relationship with Circus Starr, we have been offered free tickets for EACH families to go to see the circus shows in the region over the winter. Apart from the Great Yarmouth performance, which is in a Big Top, the shows are all indoor so are warm and are just over an hour long.All venues are wheelchair accessible.

Great Yarmouth - Sunday 9th November 2pm and 5pm - Great Yarmouth racecourse NR30 4AU (Big Top)

Colchester - Saturday 10th January 1.30pm and 4pm - Colchester Arena O2 7SZ

Cambridge - Thursday 15th January 4.45pm and 7pm - Manor High School, Arbury Road CB4 2JF

Norwich - Saturday 17th January 1.30pm and 4pm - Hellesdon High School, Middleton Lane, Norwich NR6 5SB

Peterborough - Sunday 18th January 1.30pm and 4pm - ICA Fleet complex, High street, Fletton PE2 8DL

If you are interested please contact Circus Starr direct on 01260 288690 and ask for Larissa Chadwick.Please quote ‘East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices’ when calling.

Tickets will need to be reservedby mid October for the Great Yarmouth show and the end of October for all January shows.

For more information about the shows visit the Circus Starr website.


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