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Imperial Beijing Circus is Coming to Moscow
15.02.2017 18:06
Imperial Beijing Circus is Coming to Moscow

Vegas City Hall in Moscow will host shows of the Imperial Beijing Circus on 11 and 12 March, 2017.

      Every part of the performance demonstrates fantastic capabilities of the human body.

      The Imperial Beijing Circus is one of the most extraordinary, fabulous, fascinating and dynamic circus compnies in the world. The program includes stunts, the secrets of which have been passed from father to son for three thousand years.

      Acrobatic troupe of the Imperial Beijing Circus is the most ancient and famous Chinese company in the world, and the winner of the Highest Circus award of China. Only over the last ten years the troupe has given more than 3000 performances in various corners of the planet.

      The shows start at 12 am, 3:30 pm and 7 pm. They consist of two parts, each of them 45 minutes long.



Author: Vera Ivanova


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