Last year we took the kids to the Circus, It was local to us and they absolutely loved it. Infact when we returned then used our sofas to perform their acrobatics on and this lasted days if not weeks.
When I noticed that it was returning to the same place I knew they would again love it so headed online to book tickets.
Imagine the shock at finding 4 tickets would set us back £60. Now I know they would love it but the price did make me think twice about just booking without hunting around. Now as you know we visited Butterfly World in the Easter holidays
and I managed to hunt around and find a Groupon deal which saved us £11.05 on our entry (I had 4 children with me), so I set about searching for a deal for the Circus and Groupon came up trumps again. 4 tickets cost me £30 – that’s a 50% saving, more than enough to pay for the popcorn, drinks and candyfloss consumed on the day.
I now make a point of looking around for offers before I purchase nearly everything online and sites such as VoucherBin
are a very good place to start looking.
I hadn’t told the kids we were going until the day before as the excitement would overflow, and it did. They bounded across the field to the Big Top and couldn’t wait to get inside.
Once again they were transfixed on the action from the start. It’s hard to tell what they loved the most as their grins and laughter stayed throughout the show.
From the clowns to the acrobat’s, the trampoling performance to the tightrope walker – it really was a fantastic day out for all the family. Paul and I loved it just as much as the children and can recommend a Circus show to all – it appeals to all ages, Harry was only around 18 months when we went last year but he loved it even then and sat mesmerised throughout.
This year he enjoyed it even more.
I’ve put together a short video showcasing a few of our best bits:
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