Circus


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Circus

see harrier (2).
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I saw the snake-charmer, and no more of the circus did I see that night.
And the applause grew to a roar when Pinocchio, the famous Donkey, appeared in the circus ring.
Last summer the circus came to Temperance, and they had a procession in the morning.
The man who founded the original circus was another larger than life character, one Philip Astley, a former Sergeant Major of the Dragoons, born in Newcastleunder-Lyme.
The Roman chariot raceway was called the circus maximus, and is often considered the first mass entertainment spectacle.
For the fourth year on the run Circus Mondao - which features horses, camels, reindeers and llamas in its shows - will be performing in Dwygyfylchi.
In 2015, Circus Sarasota co-founder, aerialist Dolly Jacobs, received the National Endowment for the Arts' Heritage Fellowship, the nation's highest honor in the folk and traditional arts.
Circus Mondao is taking place in Rhoose, Vale of Glamorgan, until May 1 and features acrobats, clowns, jugglers, showgirls, wire walking and more.
They are celebrating 25 years of keeping the magic alive at Blackpool Tower Circus, where they entertain 400,000 people every summer.
The circus is something that goes beyond everyday life," said Wanders.
The students pay attention because of the intensity of the experiences and the perceived risk in circus," says Jenn Cohen, The Circus Project's founder and artistic director.
After long years of struggles to overcome life's hardships, many Egyptian circus performers decided to give up on their careers and search for other professions, aiming to find a more stable source of income.