The organisers of Circus Funtasia got in touch with us to invite us to review their show, which is currently on at Wythenshawe Park in Manchester. We weren’t sure what to expect – but it was absolutely brilliant!
Circus Funtasia is a family-run show (no animals) and Wythenshawe Park is its first location of 2018, opening with a bang for February half term.
The organisers promise: “Spectacular fire-breathing stunts, thrill-seeking acrobats, death-defying motorbike riders, powerful hand-balancing, and much more awaits! Be prepared to witness a whip-cracking storm of a show with beautiful aerialists, dynamic juggling, tightrope walking, tumbling tricks, plus the return of our famous geeky clown Emilion.”
We were sat on the front row, so we were really close to all the action (which was sometimes a bit stressful as we were sure a performer was about to fall into us!). Some of the acts were so remarkable and we couldn’t believe the skill of the performers.
It was high energy, had you on the edge of your seat and funny too.
Our four-year-old loved it from start to finish, and even our ten-month-old baby loved the show – she was dancing, pointing and waving. Our four-year-old didn’t want it to end, which is always a good sign!
It’s on all week and I’d definitely recommend families check it out if they’re on half term.
Tickets are available here: www.circusfuntasia.co.uk