ERONI'S Circus knows how to pack a lot of action in half an hour.
The circus is in town to perform at the Orange Showgrounds this weekend as part of the Orange Show.
Tony Maynard, from Eroni's Circus, said the circus was used to performing as part of country shows so knew how to fit as much in as possible.
“There's a bit of everything,” Mr Maynard said. “We try to fit as much as possible in the 35 minutes, because we know we don't have long. There's a bit of variety.”
Eroni's Circus includes palomino horses, trapeze, clowns, knife throwers and Australia's only female young rope spinner Kelly Maynard.
The Victorian based circus was started by Mr Maynard, who has worked with many other circuses in the past.
“I've been to Orange before with other circuses, but this is the first time this circus has been to Orange,” he said. “We do a lot of work in Victoria and haven't been able to bring all our equipment up this time.
“But we've done a fair bit of work with agricultural shows in Victoria in the past.”
The Orange Show Society tries to rotate which circus performs in Orange each year, with Eroni's Circus chosen so it would be something new for show goers.
The circus is free once you have entered the showgrounds and will perform throughout the day on Saturday.