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Ring Master Marion Fossett of Fossetts Circus celebrating their 125th birthday in 2013. Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland
show must go on

Fossett's Circus 'open for business' despite facing potential collapse

The family are considering asking the court to appoint an examiner to the business.

ROBERT FOSSETT JUNIOR says they are open for business despite the Circuit Civil Court being told that they are potentially facing collapse.

Continue performing 

Speaking on RTÉ’s Nine News, he said that they hope to secure the jobs of their 16 employees and continue to put on a show into their 127th year.

Fossett Junior said they were “open for business” despite the family considering asking the Circuit Civil Court to appoint an examiner to the business today.

He encouraged people to come along to their performances that are currently taking place in Swords in Dublin this week.

The case is back in court on 4 November.

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