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Magic Circus coming to Utrecht

Last updated 2 years ago by Michael Darmanin

Have you noticed the big circus tent in the Wilhelminapark?

It can hardly be missed and is the Big Top of Magic Circus, which is currently touring Utrecht with the production Hoe Dan?! or But… How?!

The Magic Circus calls itself a ‘cocky circus theatre’. There are no lions, tigers, elephants or camels here, because Magic Circus does not perform with live animals. What they do use is magic, acrobats and  clowns which are still very much part of the traditional circus. The circus mainly focuses on adults but is also fun for children.

Today and tomorrow the circus will be in Wilhelminapark and then Magic Circus will travel around Utrecht to the following sites:

Wielingenplein, Rivierenwijk: Tuesday 2 and Wednesday 3 October

Beethovenplein, Oog in Al: Friday 5 till Sunday 7 October

Village square, Vleuten: Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 October

Next Terwijde station: Friday 26 till Sunday 28 October

Einsteindreef / Gloriantdreef, Overvecht: Friday 2 till Sunday 4 November

HJ Schimmelplein, New England: Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 November

Griftpark: Friday 9 till Sunday 11 November

Every day the performance will start at 4 pm.

Check out the Magic Circus web site for more information.

Jon Wilkins
Jon Wilkins
Jon Wilkins is Welsh and lives in England. He is a writer. A Europhile and Remainer, he is a regular visitor to Utrecht and has set his crime novel series in the city.


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