Roll up, roll up! The circus is at the Showground

On air: Lennon Bros Circus has a group of daring aerialists and a flying trapeze troupe. Picture: Anna Warr

On air: Lennon Bros Circus has a group of daring aerialists and a flying trapeze troupe. Picture: Anna Warr

Australia's largest animal circus, Lennon Bros, has set up camp at the Castle Hill Showground.

Shows start Friday, July 25, and will continue until Sunday, August 10.

Included in the stunning new show are the performing dogs and a troupe of performing artists from Chile and Boston.

They will join a crew of Australian artists, as well as lions, monkeys, llamas, camels, miniature donkeys, horses and, of course, clowns.

The Lennon Bros circus family is now in its seventh generation and has 120 years of experience under the Big Top.

The family-owned and operated circus specialises in offering something to suit all ages.

A circus representative said she hoped to see many locals turn out during their Liverpool stay.

"It would be a shame for the children to miss it," she said.

"The animals and their relationships with the trainers and the incredible things that the human body is capable of are a great learning experience for children of all ages."

Shows will be held at from Wednesday to Sunday at various times.

Tickets range from $15-$30 for children and $25-$40 for adults.

Tickets are also available from the on-site box office one hour before each show.

Bookings: 0408 536 666 or Lennon Bros Circus.

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