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  • "BOYCOTT!!!! Zippos circus were exposed by Animal Defenders International for keeping horses in trailers for hours on end. By going to see this show, you are funding Zippos animal show too.

    The RSPCA is against all circuses using animals. The RSPCA states on it’s website “We don't believe animals should be subjected to the conditions of circus life. Regular transport, cramped and bare temporary housing, forced training and performance, loud noises and crowds of people are all typical and often unavoidable realities for the animals.”"
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Zippo's Circus to return to Merry Hill

The Rastellis

The Rastellis

First published in News

ZIPPO’S Circus will be starting off its 2014 national tour with a six-day stop-off at Merry Hill.

The circus will be bringing the big top back to the Westfield shopping centre from Thursday March 6 until Tuesday March 11 when it will present brand new production Unchained.

The show features 30 artistes including world record holding strongman Hercules and award-winning clown troupe, The Rastellis, who have delighted audiences around the globe.

Founder and owner Martin Burton said: “We go back each year to many of the same parks and open spaces but we never bring the same production two years running, we make a point of having a new and novel show each time, so people making an annual visit can be confident we’ll please them afresh.”

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