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RAW is here once again!

RAW is here once again!


It's an exciting circus showcase featuring new works by the staff and students of the Wellington Circus Hub... a great way to catch up with the wider Wellington circus community and a family-friendly, fun night for all involved.

This time around, directed by Tess Munro Pedreros of the circus trust team, we have performances on Trapeze, Adagio, Tissu and more, plus our new instructor Pascal Ackerman will be wowing audiences on newly installed apparatus!

This is a koha show (suggested donation $10- $20 per person). Your generous contributions help the Wellington Circus Trust to uphold their core values; to foster a thriving recreational circus and performance community and provide facilities, equipment, and classes to all.

We hope to see you there!

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https://www.facebook.com/events/696098503765449/


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