Circus fun for school holidays
NO need to run away to the circus.
The circus is coming to you.
Tweed Heads is full of clowns.
Jack Evans Harbour at Tweed Heads is a blaze of colour and action as family circus Ashton Entertainment kicks off.
With 160 years of performance in their blood, the circus will perform its "Circus Circus" extravaganza -a story of a young boy, Abussy, who dreams of becoming a circus performer.
Fifth generation Ashton and Ashton Entertainment founder Jan Ashton-Rodriguez said her family circus was "a fabulous night out."
"It's great, clean, lively entertainment that is affordable," she said.
The show took one year to create and the family has worked hard to perfect it over the years.
Mrs Ashton-Rodriguez, her husband former Spanish circus star Brasil Rodriguez, their two daughters Chantel and Tamara and their grandson Remi make up the show staples.
The performance takes you on a mesmerising journey though the magical world of pure circus.
The show will step you through hilarious giant clowns, amazing costumes and breath-taking stunts.
The Ashton's spend most of their days on the road visiting towns and communities all over the east coast.
At their house in Brisbane they leave the Christmas tree up all year round.
Fine weather is predicted for the Tweed area, so get out and enjoy the weekend and holidays by going to that special event loved by everyone young and old alike.
Catch the "Circus Circus" show in Tweed from today until October 7.
For bookings, phone 0407 120 953.