Come one, come all to see the great Flying Fruit Fly Circus
Just like Albury-Wodonga has made a name for itself as the birthplace of contemporary circus, the Flying Fruit Fly Circus has become well known for its annual show, Borderville.
The Cube Wodonga is once again hosting the boutique end of year circus festival, with three events also being presented at the Flying Fruit Fly Circus headquarters in Albury.
With two out of three shows booked out, The Last Hoorah performance on Saturday, December 15 brings together local talent, visiting circus and cabaret artists in one unpredictable evening of circus and comedy to close out the year.
Associate Producer of the Flying Fruit Fly Circus, Tahni Froudist, encouraged residents to come along for a fun night full of entertainment.
"We have invited comedy performers and guest artists so we will have a smorgasbord of artists on offer," she said.
Those who have tickets to Circus Allsorts on Thursday, December 13 will see original acts performed by the Flying Fruit Fly Circus' young artists and created by Artistic Director Anni Davey with trainers and guest artists.
The following night will be the Grad Show, a one-off original created and performed by the 2018 graduating students in their last show together as fruit flies, with a little help from their friends.
"We have 18 graduates this year but they won't all be in the show as some have left for cirque du soleil, so it will be the remaining grads as well as some younger students as well," Ms Froudist said.
When: Saturday, December 15, from 7pm.
Where: The Cube Wodonga.
Duration: One hour, no interval.
Tickets: $25, Members $18, family of four $90, Member family of four $62.
To purchase a ticket for The Last Hoorah, click here.