Abuzz about Sandfly’s circus night

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One of the Sandflies performs in a flying trolley.
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The wonderful world of circus turned green as Sandfly Circus took on climate change and environmental issues in their latest production Circus Rabble.

Under the direction and vision of guest directors Ken Fanning and Angelique Ross, Sandfly hosted a two-night spectacular at the Broome Recreation and Aquatic Centre on Friday, September 13 and Saturday, September 14.

The Sandflies were also joined by a number of special guest performers all the way from Beagle Bay’s Sacred Heart School after they participated in a number of workshops and took part in a previous performance for their community through Theatre Kimberley’s Dragonfly Outreach program.

Following the closing performance, Theatre Kimberley artistic director Meredith Bell thanked all involved, from the sponsors to the backstage helpers.

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