Young talent in CircusWest show in Chilliwack

CircusWest brings daring acts of coordination, balance and flight to Chilliwack with Dream Factory Circus at the Cultural Centre Nov. 6.

Western Canada’s top young circus talent

Daring acts of coordination, balance, and flight return to Chilliwack when CircusWest brings their latest high-flying show, Dream Factory Circus, to the Cultural Centre on Nov. 6.

Witness Western Canada’s top young circus talent as they perform awe-inspiring acts of coordination and skill, dream big, push their limits, and in the end — defy gravity.

Fun for the whole family, this steampunk-inspired show is filled with incredible and mystifying stunts from acrobats and aerial hoop acts, to jugglers and dancers.

Dream Factory Circus will take the audience on a journey into a fantasy world with the dazzling use of lights and sound.

Originally starting in 1984, CircusWest is Vancouver’s circus performance arts society. The non-profit charity school provides individuals of all ages the opportunity to explore circus arts in an encouraging and non-competitive environment, helping develop technique and performance skills, passion, confidence, and a sense of community.

Each year CircusWest creates a unique and astonish production, and with sold-out shows each running, performances are guaranteed to leave you in total awe.

Join these young performers as they travel into a mystical dreamland where anything is possible.

Dream Factory Circus by CircusWest is at the Cultural Centre Sunday, Nov. 6 at 2 p.m. Tickets $10 and available at the Centre Box Office (9201 Corbould St.), by phone at 604-391-SHOW(7469), or online at

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