Run away with the circus as UK big top launches recruitment

Ever fancied running away with the circus? Well, now you can.

Tuesday, 4th May 2021, 3:55 pm

Circus Fantasia UK is on the lookout for three people to join its team.

The circus “presents world-class performers in an action-packed show”, accompanited bya live orchestra in a heated big top.

It is now preparing to take its new 2021 show on the road – and is looking for three general staff members to join the tour.”

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Posting on its Facebook page, the circus said: “The jobs include helping in the day-to-day running of the circus, including helping to set up and take down the big top, leafleting houses, and other duties during the show.

“Applicants will need to be able to start immediately and commit to the full season until early November.

“You will need to travel with the circus in accommodation that can be provided, with free rent, electricity and other bonuses.

“You will need to be physically strong, be able to work long hours, and work as part of a team.

Run away with Circus Fantasia, which is advertising for staff.
Run away with Circus Fantasia, which is advertising for staff.

“Full training and an induction will be provided.”

To apply, message the circus on its Facebook page.

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The tour is due to start in Ipswich on May 19, before moving onto Colchester in June, although further destinations are yet to be revealed.

A spokesman said: “We have some amazing new acts to keep you entertained and are guaranteed to have you sitting on the edge of your seat.“We really have something for everyone, if you are two or 92, you are sure to be in for an action-packed, fun-filled circus show of a lifetime.

“The amazing Salvador family from Spain present their difficult and dangerous rolling globes.

See Miss Reka, from Hungary, with her aerial sky walk – watch closely as she performs the upside walk across the roof of the big top, 13 metres up.

“Our crazy fireman Alex brings mischief and mayhem on the revolving ladder, while Miss Sabina, from Uzbekistan, performs her new hand-balancing act with a difference.

“The Tangier troupe, all the way from Morocco, will present their amazing tumbling and acrobatic skills and our musical clowns from Spain, the Trio Rivilinos, plus lots, lots more all make for an exciting trip to the circus.”

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