After two years of postponement due to the pandemic, the 42nd edition of Le Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain is ready to commence in 2023—and it hopes to bring the whole world in on the celebration. Here’s what you can expect to see in Paris come late January.
The Festival Mondiale du Cirque de Demain has long stood as a testament to both the durability of circus and the adventures to be had in following one’s passions. Founded in 1977, Cirque de Demain has since become an unmissable event for all people connected to the circus world—a yearly display of the latest and most cutting-edge artistic forms and disciplines. It calls circus performers, producers, fans and lovers from around the globe to come together in Paris every year and celebrate some of the most precious moments of the circus season. Throughout its more-than-forty-five-year life, Cirque de Demain has made good on its mission of opening the circus world to the society that surrounds it. Each edition of the festival welcomes nearly 15,000 spectators. Over the years, it has also presented more than 1,200 young and inventive circus artists the chance to showcase their ...
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