Flyin' Bob comes to Penticton for Children's Showcase

Flyin’ Bob is set to entertain at the Children’s Showcase on March 3 in Penticton. - Submitted Photo
Flyin’ Bob is set to entertain at the Children’s Showcase on March 3 in Penticton.
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Circus artist extraordinaire Flyin’ Bob brings his energetic show to the Cleland Theatre on March 3 for the Children’s Showcase.

For 20 years, Bob Palmer has entertained audiences of all ages across Canada and around the world with juggling, unicycle riding and more. Combining serious skills with excellent comic timing, Flyin’ Bob keeps audiences on the edge of their seats — or rolling in the aisles with laughter.

Through juggling, clowning, unicycling, acrobatics, audience participation, comedy and character, Flyin’ Bob stresses the importance of physical activity, concentration, peer support, community and the value of failure as well as success.

Flyin’ Bob mixes his clowning skills, comedic timing and musicianship to perform in every venue imaginable: the street, stage, corporate offices, national television shows and schools. He has been seen by audiences across Canada, the U.S. and overseas.

The Children’s Showcase Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing quality live performances accessible to Okanagan families for 30 years.

This show is suitable for ages three and up. Flyin’ Bob will be at the Cleland Community Theatre in Penticton on March 3 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12 at the door.

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