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How To Watch Hippodrome Circus New Years Show Tonight For Free On YouTube

Great Yarmouth Racecourse Circus has confirmed it will be live streaming its last Christmas show of the year for free on its YouTube channel.

The venue was forced to cancel the New Years Eve screening of its Christmas Show last year due to lockdown and level four restrictions across Norfolk.

But this year’s performance will go as planned and as an added bonus, a free live stream will also be available for those who cannot attend the event in person.

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In a video posted to the venue’s Facebook page, ringmaster Jack Jay said: “You will recall that last year we were unable to do our New Years special, one of the biggest parties in the world. the year at the Hippodrome.

“This year, while the show will be live, we will also be broadcasting a very special New Years Eve Christmas Show for free to thank you for all your support.

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“We know that there are so many people who cannot come and see us. So you will have the chance to experience our Christmas show on YouTube.”

Information on how to watch the stream on YouTube tonight will be announced on the Hippodrome’s social media pages with the show starting at 8 p.m. ET.

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