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Peterhead Circus Zippos 2018
Zippos Circus takes place at The Links grassed area, between the Community Hospital and Cemetery, from Monday 9 to Wednesday 11 July 2018. The postcode for your sat nav is AB42 2AB and there is plenty of road parking nearby. The free Lido car park is just a short walk away. Performance times are 3pm each day, 7:30pm on the Friday and Saturday, noon on the Saturday and on the Sunday.
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This Peterhead Circus features entertainment such as clowns, trapeze, their new motorcycle act, the Globe of TerrorKhadikov Cossacks,Hermanisto Troupe and world's greatest Ringmaster, Norman Barrett MBE.
Many shops, restaurants and local businesses have leaflets which give you discounted tickets to Zippos Circus. For example we found some in McDonalds with up to 30% off.
Tickets can be purchased at the Box Office onsite, by telephone 0871 210 2100 or online.
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