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Polunin Stopped from Setting up Chapiteau in Konyushennaya Square
3.10.2013 09:50
Polunin Stopped from Setting up Chapiteau in Konyushennaya Square

Committee on State Control, Use and Protection of Historical and Cultural Landmarks of Petersburg has disallowed Vyacheslav Polunin to set up his chapiteau in Konyushennaya Square.

      The art director of the Circus in Fontanka has been offered other options to consider.

      Vyacheslav Polunin already has the name for the future chapiteau project: Balagan-Palas. According to his idea, the overall area of the tent circus will make about 900 meters and seat 400 to 500 people.

      The circus representatives have been offered to consider options of setting up the chapiteau, which can be done in Pionerskaya Square, or in Aleksandrovsky Garden, opposite to the Baltic House Theater. Vyacheslav Polunin is most of all interested in the latter option.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Vyacheslav Polunin Clownery Chapiteau   

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