• 17 June 2021 - 22 June 2021 •
Figges Marsh, London Road, Mitcham, ,
Zippos Circus is back on the road with Carnival, a Big Top tour starring a diverse cast of thrilling artists from around the globe.
Carnival is presented by Brazilian showman Paulo Dos Santos, who is a multi-talented comic, acrobat and martial artist – and stands at just over a metre tall. Charismatic Paulo has been with Zippos Circus for several years and is beloved by audiences young and old. This will be his first year as Ringmaster on the show, a testament to his popularity.
Paulo presents a fast-moving spectacle like no other as astonishing acrobats and aerialists, comics and daredevil motorcyclists come together from all corners of the world for this year’s colourful production.
Returning by popular demand will be the famous Globe of Death with its team of daring motorcyclists performing high-velocity stunts. Plus amazingly ‘elastic’ tumblers from Kenya; nail-biting knife-throwing from the Czech Republic; teenage hand-balancing skills and high jinx in their Flying Machine from the incredible Garcia family, plus high-adrenaline skills courtesy of the astonishing Wheel of Death.
The show complies with all COVID-19 health and safety measures including social distancing seating within household/party ‘bubbles’ in the well ventilated big top.
LOCATION: Figges Marsh, London Road, Mitcham CR4 3LB
DATES AND SHOWTIMES:
Thursday 17th June 2021 - 7.30pm
Friday 18th June 2021 - 5pm & 7.45pm
Saturday 19th June - 12pm & 3pm & 7pm
Sunday 20th June - 12pm & 4pm
Monday 21st June - 5pm & 7.45pm
Tuesday 22nd June - 6pm ONLY
Buses: 127, 201, 264, 270, 280, 355, S1
Rail: Tooting (10 minutes) or Mitcham Eastfields (10 minutes)
Car parking nearby
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Walk or cycle to the event where possible.
If using public transport, you should regularly sanitise your hands, wear a face covering unless you are exempt, and social distance where possible.
It is a legal requirement that, unless exempt, you must wear a face covering on public transport and inside transport hubs, e.g. train stations. You could be fined £200 minimum if you do not comply.
If travelling by car, you should avoid sharing a car with anyone outside of your household or support bubble. If this isn’t possible, you should open the windows, wear a face covering unless exempt and leave seats free to social distance.