The First Large-Scale Circus Festival After the Pandemic: Funambolika, in Pescara, Italy - CircusTalk

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The First Large-Scale Circus Festival After the Pandemic: Funambolika, in Pescara, Italy

From June 19 to July 4th, this historic festival will reunite classic and contemporary artists from Italy, Ukraine, Russia, Germany, Spain, Argentina, Ecuador, Armenia, Kenia, Cuba. Funambolika was conceived by its actual artistic director Raffaele De Ritis, one of the world’s leading circus creators by the 2000s (Cirque du Soleil, Ringling bros., Big Apple Circus, Franco Dragone a.o.) and a recognized circus historian. In a 2000-seats open-air amphitheatre, this non-competitive( no-awards/no-jury) festival hosted through the years world premieres of top companies as Circa, 7 Fingers, Recirquel; great clowns as David Shiner, Avner, Leo Bassi, Jango Edwards; and hundreds of acts among the winners of  Cirque de Demain or Monte Carlo circus festival. The 2021 edition will be opened...
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