Webers Circus With a Touch of The Wild West has come to the Hawkesbury, and is filled with wonderful acts from around the world, which will keep you on the edge of your seats.
The show is currently on at Hawkesbury Showground and will be there until this Sunday, June 23.
The show takes attendees on a wild west adventure that features death defying acts.
There will be flying acrobats, funny clowns, trick dogs, miniature ponies, the wheel of death and to end the show a Russian swing.
The circus is owned and operated by Rudy and Natalie Weber.
Natalie said the show "is going really well. It is being really appreciated every where we go.
"The show ends with the Russian swing, which is a really good act.
"The wheel of death is also great ... we have a really great stuntman.
"There is whip cracking and more to fit in with the wild west theme ... we're running with what works. There are acts for all ages."
The performance is one hour and 45 minutes long, with tickets going on sale one hour before the shows start time, at the ticket office out the front of the big top.
Webers Circus is located on Racecourse Road, Hawkesbury Showground, Clarendon until Sunday, June 23.
Performances will take place at 7pm on Thursday and Friday (June 20 and 21), 3pm and 7pm on Saturday (June 22), and the final show is at 11am on Sunday (June 23).
Tickets range from $28 to $42 for Adults and $18 to $32 for Children - with kids under 2 with free entry.
For more information visit https://www.weberscircus.com/ or call 0448247287.
Webers will be bringing their wild west show to Penrith later this year from July 25 to August 4.