Get ready to be amazed and inspired! The world-famous Flying Fruit Fly Circus is set to soar at the Arts Centre Melbourne this September with their latest stage show, Junk.
Described by the Sydney Morning Herald as “absolutely wondrous”, the show performed by the national youth circus blends amazing skills with wild thrills and imagination.
Junk tells the story of play-loving kids who live behind a junkyard in the 1940s, a time before children had access to televisions, computers and expensive toys. Instead, they invent their own fun and games, transforming household trash into a one-hour magical show families will love.
September 22, 6pm
September 23, 2pm (relaxed show) & 6pm
Tickets on sale now. Call 1300 182 183 or visit the Arts Centre Melbourne page to book.
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