GOOD DOGGIE: ?Fifi? the dog performs a balancing act on the hand of Mohammed Jratlou ahead of tomorrow night?s Lennon Bros Circ
GOOD DOGGIE: ?Fifi? the dog performs a balancing act on the hand of Mohammed Jratlou ahead of tomorrow night?s Lennon Bros Circ

Can your dog do this?


THE Lennon Bros Circus hit town yesterday ahead of its first performance at the Grafton Showground tomorrow night.

Boasting the largest number of different animals of any circus in Australia, Lennon Bros Circus will perform daily from tomorrow until Sunday.

Featuring lions, monkeys, llamas, camels, ponies, geese, goats, a spectacular comedy dog act and other circus staples, the touring big top is run by a sixth generation of the Lennon family.

Currently touring New South Wales on their way to Cairns, Lennon Bros Circus has travelled around Australia 16 times in the past 30 years, performing to generations of Australian families.

Performances kick off tomorrow night at 7pm with shows on Friday at 7pm, Saturday at 2pm and 7pm and Sunday at 11am.



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