EVERYONE'S all time favourite Russian Circus is making its way to Liverpool later this month.
Michael Edgley's Great Moscow Circus will be holding a charity show to raise funds for the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research.
The two hour performance will include the traditional acts of acrobatics, fire-breathers, clowns, animal stunts and more.
Funds raised from the event will be donated to the Ingham Institute's cancer medical research programs.
Ingham Institute chairman, Terry Goldacre, encouraged the community members and their families to attend the event to help support the health and wellbeing of cancer patients.
"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," he said.
"We are very excited to have the world renowned Great Moscow Circus coming to Liverpool in support of the Ingham Institute.
"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 the Ingham Institute was renowned for its research to help improve the wellness of Australians.
"We hope that the funds raised from the night will help researchers deliver more medical breakthroughs and new treatments that will benefit both the local and greater Australian population," he said.
The show is sponsored by Liverpool Council and Liverpool Catholic Club with tickets being sold for price $30 per person.
The event will be held at Woodward Park, Liverpool on Thursday, January 30 at 7pm. Contact: Tracey Roberts on 8738 9000 or email tinyurl.com/p2uayyf.