Eden Bros Good Time Circus owner and Ringmaster John Mac Donnell with a performing goat. Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin
Eden Bros Good Time Circus owner and Ringmaster John Mac Donnell with a performing goat. Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin Allan Reinikka

Wal the goat shows off his circus skills

BOYS and girls of all ages rolled up to see the spectacular acts at the Eden Brothers Good Time Circus at the Ridgelands Showgrounds on Friday.

Ringmaster John Mac Donnell said the night was a great success, with almost 100 people going along to enjoy the show.

There was juggling, clowns, acrobats, hula hoops, fire breathing, whip cracking and even performing goats.

"They walk the plank and jump from pedestal to pedestal," John said.

"They're mad keen to perform."

John said this was the second time they had performed in Ridgelands.

"We like to go to country towns and encourage the local talent to get involved," he said.

"The crowd was so responsive."

The circus will be in Stanwell tomorrow and Wowan on Friday.



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