Monte-Carlo International Circus Festival Cancelled, Principality Insists a Show Must Go On
Despite Covid-19 preventing the 45th edition of the Monte-Carlo International Circus Festival from going ahead, the Principality still has some suprises in store.
The world of culture has not escaped the clutches of Covid-19. Last September, Princess Charlène announced the cancellation of the Monte-Carlo International Circus Festival. The 2021 edition was set to begin this week, welcoming clowns, acrobats and animal trainers to the Principality. Although this years’ performances are cancelled, the Principality is determined not to disappoint the people of Monaco. Entertainment will still be provided as news channel, Monaco Info, will be broadcasting the events’ 40th anniversary edition. The performance will be shown on 21 and 26 January at 9pm…
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