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PUBLISHED: 13:54 01 March 2013 | UPDATED: 13:55 01 March 2013

The Midnight Circus is coming to Canary Wharf in March.

The Midnight Circus is coming to Canary Wharf in March.

Theo Albanis Photography / Videography

Twisted contortionists, breath-taking trapeze artists and incredible acrobats are coming to town this month.

Aircraft Circus’ Midnight Circus will be docking their ship MS Stubnitz in Canary Wharf for eight nights after their run at The Greenwich Circus Festival.

MS Stubnitz is an 80m long Cold War ship travelling around hosting arts and music events.

Co-directed by Lucy Francis and Alex Frith, the circus is currently offering lunchtime static trapeze, acrobalance, and circus conditioning classes.

The Midnight Circus comes to Canary Wharf from March 8 to March 17.

For dates and times, visit www.aircraftcircus.com.

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