The acclaimed Flying Fruit Fly Circus is announcing a major new partnership with both border councils that will provide free community access to their unique brand of ordinary kids doing extraordinary things this summer.
Bringing our two cities together, the centrepieces of this year’s annual celebrations will be Circus in the Square, Parts I and II. These outdoor extravaganzas will be a thrilling opportunity for local audiences to experience the world-renowned National Youth Circus in the heart of both CBDs, with multiple free shows. Part I will be performed in Wodonga’s Junction Square and Part II, Albury’s QEII Square.
Circus CEO, Richard Hull says “We’ve had an amazing year touring shows nationally and playing seasons in Sydney and Melbourne, but our home is Albury-Wodonga and our most important supporters are here. Thanks to a brilliant new cross-border partnership with AlburyCity and Wodonga Council, we’re able to provide free shows in the main program of Borderville for the first time.”
Other presentations include the always popular Grad Show, Circus Arts and Night Flies Showcases. The festivities kick off with a collaboration between the Fruities and HotHouse Theatre that will give the infamous cabaret night Galah Bar a distinct circus twist.
Borderville will come alive from 2 - 17 December, 2022. Full program is now available at www.borderville.com.au
Borderville has been made possible by the generous funding provided by AlburyCity as part of the NSW Government Reconnecting Regional NSW – Community Events Program and the Wodonga Council.