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Paris Does Circus Big–The Making of Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain

Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain is now in its 39th year of keeping up a tradition of competition and spectacle at the highest level while at the same time focusing forward towards continual development in the circus field. The festival, competition and conference is running from February 1st to the 4th in Paris. This international festival attracts performers, directors, and agents from around the world and offers a glimpse of today’s most influential circus acts while awarding the winners prizes and contracts. The festival also attracts a large audience of non-industry folks who get to bask in the glory of high-end contemporary circus once a year.
Photo courtesy of Valérie Thénard Béal Winners are chosen by an international jury, although for the public prize, the audience members cast their vote to choose a winner. Kirsty Bell, the manager of Club PRO at Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain says,...
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