Circus Bella's "Kaleidoscope" Comes to Treasure Island

Local production performs November 30 through January 6

Treasure Island welcomes San Francisco-based Circus Bella and their big-top to the Great Lawn's Mersea Meadow for Circus Bella's inagural winter performance "Kaleidoscope".    Some of the Bay Area’s most exciting circus talents will be joined by an international cast of superlative circus artists, with acts performed to original music written by Rob Reich and performed by a live 6-piece band!  In keeping with the Pickle Family Circus tradition, no animals appear in the Circus Bella show.   

Come and celebrate this holiday season with a jaw-dropping evening of thrills, awe, laughter and pure holiday magic for all ages!  Prepare to laugh until you cry and walk away inspired by incredible feats of grace and strength!  Circus Bella's "Kaleidoscope" is a joyful celebration of diversity and color!  

For full information on "Kaleidoscope" including schedule and tickets, visit the Circus Bella website here.

About Circus Bella:

Founded in 2008 by San Francisco natives Abigail Munn and David Hunt, Circus Bella brings the magic of the single-ring circus to people of all ages through thrilling feats of balance and strength, elegant demonstrations of grace, and outrageous humor. Showcases include static trapeze, rope walking, a 9-person juggling act, contortion, hula hoop, original clowning, and more - all performed to original music composed and directed by the highly-acclaimed Rob Reich. Circus Bella is proud to revive the tradition of the homegrown circus through productions that are accessible, festive, and fun!

Circus Bella’s mission is to create performances that inspire diverse audiences, engage the community, and challenge artists. Over the past ten years, Circus Bella’s Circus in the Parks project has offered over 100 performances to more than 45,000 people in 18 locations