EDMONTON, Canada (CNN/CBC News) - An event in Canada put a little extra pep in tea time.
“High tea" featured a circus troupe swinging from the ceiling this weekend -- no easy task with a tray full of sweets or sandwiches.
Other performers poured drinks while being suspended upside-down.
It was a lot more excitement than most people are accustomed to during high tea.
The circus troupe put on the event as a promotion for an upcoming production in Edmonton.
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