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The Greentop Community Circus's TROUPE presents High Hopes.

A brand new group of 15 talented young circus performers delight and astound by sharing their High Hopes and feelings on climate action using their circus skills to the face the future.

Trapeze, hoops and silks virtuosity on an outdoor aerial rig combine with stunning acrobatic balancing and choreography as TROUPE hold on tight in responding to the climate challenge of our time, uniting in a celebration of how all ordinary humans can be extraordinary.

This is an outdoor event.

High Hopes will be performed as the opener to Chance to Dance festival on Saturday 29 June in the Peace Gardens, and also forms part of A Future Fantastic Festival at Theatre Deli on 20 July.

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