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One Last Response to “Circus of Tomorrow?” Article

Dear Stav, and all other Interested Individuals, Thank you for your article and your comments. I have been working at the Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain for nearly three years organising the Club PRO events.  I am a woman, a passionate lover of circus and a supporter of creation, circus innovation and equality in all of its forms. I am not in any way involved in the selection process of the acts we present but being a part of our tiny team (there are only three employees at the Festival, of which only one works full time… the rest of the Festival team is made up entirely of volunteers) means that I did have the opportunity to see a large number of the application videos, so I feel that I can speak a little about this subject. Before addressing t...
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Kirsty Bell

As a native of Edinburgh, Scotland, Kirsty Bell grew up surrounded by culture, but she really discovered the world of circus when a friend invited her to an aerial silks class… from that moment on she was hooked! Kirsty has witnessed first-hand almost every aspect of circus, having experience as a performer, costume designer, critic and administrator. In recent years Kirsty has taken part in the Circus Voices scheme at the Edinburgh Festival, writing for the Circus Dairies, and has been in charge of the development of the Club PRO and Demain’s Volunteers projects at the Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain in Paris.