The world famous circus comes to Liverpool; funds raised to improve the health of the local community
Expect a spectacular show filled with dazzling acrobatics, fire-breathers and side-splitting clowns as the famous Great Moscow Circus prepares to come to Liverpool for a special charity performance on Thursday 30 January to raise funds for the Ingham Institute.
Held at Liverpool’s Woodward Park, the special performance is being sponsored by Liverpool Council and Liverpool Catholic Club with tickets being sold for the special price of $30. Funds raised from the event will be injected back into the Ingham Institute’s cancer medical research programs.
Ingham Institute Chairman Terry Goldacre thanked the Liverpool Council and Liverpool Catholic Club for their generous sponsorship and encouraged the local community and their families to attend the event to help improve the health and wellbeing of the local community.
“We are very excited to have the world renowned Great Moscow Circus coming to Liverpool in support of the Ingham Institute,” he said.
“The funds raised from the event will help to support vital medical research programs to improve the incidence and survival rates of cancer patients both here in the community and across Australia. I encourage the people of the South West to get involved and have a fun night out with their families to support the Ingham Institute.”
Liverpool Catholic Club President Tony Atkins said that the Ingham Institute was the natural choice for the chosen charity for the big opening night of the circus. “The Ingham Institute is renowned for the great work that it is doing to help South West Sydney a healthier place,” he said.
“We hope that the funds raised from the night will help the Institute’s researchers deliver more medical breakthroughs and new treatments that will benefit both the local and greater Australian population.”
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