The brilliant Zippos Circus – several times voted “Britain’s Best Circus” – is coming to Tooting with a brand-new 2020 production titled Rebound.
Enter our competition to win one of five VIP Ringside Family Tickets (2 adults and 2 children).
Winners get free popcorn and candy floss for each member of the party!
Back by popular demand is Brazilian showman Paulo Dos Santos, a multi-talented comic, acrobat and martial artist who stands at just over a metre tall.
Thrill to the famous Globe of Death with a team of motorcyclists performing high velocity stunts.
Plus amazingly ‘elastic’ tumblers from Kenya; comic antics from French funny-man Emilion; nail-biting knife-throwing from the Czech Republic; foot juggling from France; hand-balancing from the talented Garcia Family; and high-adrenaline skills via an astonishing Wheel of Death, and an upside down ‘skywalk’ act.
Zippos Circus comes to Figge’s Marsh, London Road, Tooting CR4 3LB from Thursday, September 17 to Tuesday, September 22 and to Streatham Common from Thursday, September 24 to September 29.
Discount tickets at www.zippos.co.uk or book by phone on 0871 210 2100 (calls cost 13p per minute + phone company access charges).
To be in with a chance of winning one of the prizes, just answer this question: How tall is Paulo Dos Santos?
Send your answer by email only (NO POSTAL ENTRANTS) to: firstname.lastname@example.org to arrive by 9.00 am on Monday, September 14, 2020.
Don’t forget to include your name and phone number!
Zippos Circus will notify winners and will arrange their seats subject to availability.
The organisers’ decision is final.
There is no cash alternative. Data Protection note: It is a condition of entry that competition winners permit the circus to hold their contact details. Zippos Circus complies with all Covid-19 health and safety measures including social distancing seating within household/party ‘bubbles’ in the Big Top, enhanced ventilation, Covid-19 training and PPE for staff, deep cleaning and random non-invasive temperature checks for selected visitors. The wearing of face coverings is voluntary as the audience will face the same direction.
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