14 till 16 September, Moscow will host Circus Arts Festival timed to the anniversary of the date when all the circuses of Russia became state-owned in 1919, including one of the oldest ones, the circus on Tsvetnoi Boulevard (now Moscow Nikulin Circus on Tsvetnoi Boulevard).
During the two days, 14 and 15 September, Moscow boulevards will see the best circus performances of different genres, such as aerial gymnasts, acrobats, jugglers, clowns and mimes, magicians and illusionists.
“Soviet and Russian circus schools are among the best in the world. Russian circus arts maintain high professional standards and keep age-old traditions. We invite Muscovites and visitors, both children and adults, to enjoy the program prepared by the artists for the anniversary,” said Acting Director General of Russian State Circus Company Vladimir Shemyakin…
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