The Great Circus at Benalmádena Marina

Gran Circo Photo: Benalmadena Town Hall

Benalmádena Marina once again takes centre stage with Christmas lighting and the arrival of the Gran Circo today, Thursday, December 7.

For this festive season, the Benalmadena marina has all its areas shining for Christmas. The councillor responsible for the area, José Luis Bergillos, explained that this year the Marina has made “a major investment effort” in Christmas decorations, “almost €60,000 in addition to the usual decorations”.

Within this Port Revitalisation Plan, and for this December long weekend for Constitution Day, between the 7th and 10th December, the Great Circus will be coming to the marina, “another wonderful event for all ages which can be enjoyed by the whole family with a first class show, full of magic, fun and illusion”, he concluded.

The programme includes 3 shows, 2 theatrical, Boulverser and Gruñidos, which will be located in the Arco Escénico del Paseo de las Estrellas in Puerto Marina; and the circus star, the great Circo Estrellas, which will be in the Teatro de Levante in the Port, with entrance from C/ La Fragata or the Paseo de las Estrellas.The shows will take place from midday until 6.30pm.

Programme of the Grand Circus of Puerto Marina

Friday, December 8

12pm – Boulverser (Arco Escénico del Paseo de las Estrellas)

1pm – Circo Estrellas (Teatro de Levante, entrance via C/ La Fragata or Paseo de Las Estrellas)

4.30pm – Gruñidos (Arco Escénico del Paseo de las Estrellas)

5.30pm – Circo Estrellas (Teatro de Levante, entrance from C/ La Fragata or Paseo de Las Estrellas)

Saturday, December 9

12pm – Gruñidos (Scenic Arch of Paseo de las Estrellas)

1pm – Circo Estrellas (Teatro de Levante, entrance via C/ La Fragata or Paseo de Las Estrellas)

4.30pm – Boulverser (Scenic Arch of Paseo de las Estrellas)

5.30pm – Circo Estrellas (Teatro de Levante, entrance via C/ La Fragata or Paseo de Las Estrellas)

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Kevin Fraser Park

Kevin was born in Scotland and worked in marketing, running his own businesses in UK, Italy and, for the last 8 years, here in Spain. He moved to the Costa del Sol in 2016 working initially in real estate. He has a passion for literature and particularly the English language which is how he got into writing.

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