Roll up, roll up for Convoy in the Park!

21 May 2018 by Dan Parton

Anyone who has dreamed of learning how to juggle, unicycle or walk on stilts should head to the circus tent at Convoy in the Park on Saturday 21 July where they can learn circus skills with Shooting Stars Circus.

There will be 10 circus skills teachers on hand thanks to Shooting Stars – the UKs largest circus skills workshop – with teachers providing interactive workshops for children (and adults!) to learn.

It’s not the only circus activity at Convoy in the Park – the weekend-long celebration of trucks, driving and life on the road, which takes place at Donington Park on 21 and 22 July – as Sunday will see four 40 minute shows in the 600 seater Big Top tent, thanks to Happy’s Circus.

You won’t want to miss this performance of amazing international artists, including acrobats, aerialists, speciality acts, magic and clowns.

Big fun in the big top is not the only attraction at Convoy in the Park: the weekend includes round 5 of the British Truck Racing Championship; more than 1000 show trucks and live music on both days from the Counterfeit Beatles and the Rolling Clones.

Head to Convoyinthepark.com to get your tickets now.

http://www.shootingstarscircus.co.uk/

https://www.happyscircus.co.uk/

This article was first published on Truckanddriver.co.uk

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