Roll up, roll up for the free Cabaret Circus Mijas!

Tamara Vera: announces the events alongside Gonzalo Payo

THE CIRCUS is coming to town in Mijas until Friday August 11 in three locations across the municipality.

The free Cabaret Circus Mijas will fill the city’s parks with acrobatics, magic and clowns in Mijas Pueblo’s Plaza de la Constitucion, La Cala’s Plaza del Torre on Sunday July 30 and in Parque Andalucia in La Laguna on August 11.   Acrobatics, tight-rope walkers, unicyclists, contortionists, jugglers and clowns will all delight audience from 9.30pm on all three dates.

As Gonzalo Payo of Wadaba Promotions, the show’s organiser, explains: “we are talking about a really dynamicevent, in which we will interact with spectators, who will enjoy diverse entertainment.”

The town council’s Department for Young People is responsible for bringing a free outdoor leisure activity to the municipality.  Tamara Vera, the councillor in charge of the department, explained, “once again we are putting on an activity designed for all audiences, and especially for our young people,” adding the event, “will be different and involve audience participation.  We want locals to be the stars of this outdoor, family-friendly show.”

The department has invited all young people to keep up with all its news and events through social networks, including Facebook, Twitter (@juventud_mijas) or Instragram (@juventud_mijas), or through WhatsApp by sending a message to 606 41 76 09 with the text ‘I want to receive information about youth.”

Councillor Vera has encouraged everyone to come and “enjoy this new activity that reaches across the municipality and joins our great summer leisure and culture programme.”


  1. Does this mean there is a circus somewhere in Mijas between July 30th and august 11th ?

    Not much sense in just 3 evening events?

    We have been here for six months and no what’s on has made much sense to us yet! Either address is incomplete and cannot be found on google maps,or times are missing or it just states a general area.

    On this occasion, it’s just incomplete information. Where does it come from? Is it researched or just printed as received?


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