Roll up, roll up! Diversity bring circus show to Norwich
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Diversity will arrive in Norwich this evening on their Ignite tour for the first of four performances of the circus themed dance spectacular.
Audiences will be able to enjoy ringside views of the circus show by the street dance group in a 2000-seat big top arena at Earlham Park.
Ten years after winning Britain's Got Talent, seven sell-out UK tours, half a million sold tickets and plenty of television and live performances, Diversity are promising a show that will give crowds the true circus experience.
MORE: This is what fans can expect when Diversity bring circus show to NorwichCreated by Ashley Banjo, Ignite is a fusion from the best of the world of street dance and some of the most talented circus performers from around the globe.
The show, which capitalises on the popularity of The Greatest Showman, will be in Norwich until Sunday with four shows across the weekend.
Gandeys Circus has been at Earlham Park for past couple days erecting the big top arena.
Diversity will join a growing list of high-profile acts to have performed at Earlham Park in recent years, following the success of events such as Radio 1's Big Weekend, Let's Rock Norwich! and Little Mix.
• Diversity perform in Earlham Park on 7.30pm Friday, October 5, 3pm and 7.30pm on Saturday October 6 and 3.30pm on Sunday, October 7 and you can purchase tickets on Ticketmaster and See Tickets.
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