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Weber Bros. Circus Tweenies & Butt Ugly Martians


30 January 2004

Weber Brothers Circus, Tweenies And Butt Ugly Martians
At This Year’s Royal Easter Show

Exciting new features, including the Weber Brothers Circus, the Tweenies and the Butt Ugly Martians, make this year’s Royal Easter Show a winning holiday attraction.

This year’s show, which runs from 7 to 12 April at the Auckland Showgrounds, offers a vibrant mix of new attractions combined with traditional favourites to ensure an event with something for all ages and interests.

The Weber Brothers Circus, performing a new show exclusive to the Royal Easter Show, ‘The Great Easter Egg Hunt’, will appeal to all ages. While the Tweenies and the Butt Ugly Martians, both live on stage with song and dance shows in the Logan Campbell Centre four to five times a day, will be a sure hit for younger family members.

Then there are the traditional favourites, which appeal to young and old alike – the carnival rides, street entertainers, Farmworld with its stables and petting pens and the A&P competitions which include; shearing, dressage, show jumping, highland dancing, dog trials, equestrian and the Cat Show.

Add artworks from Royal Easter Show Art Awards, winning wines from the Royal Easter Show Wine Competition, the Cadbury’s Great Bunny Show and Club Physical’s 2004 Mr Puniverse competition, and you have a full day of entertainment for all the family making a visit to the Royal Easter Show a must.


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