Moscow State Circus to return with new acrobatic production

PUBLISHED: 14:47 15 June 2017 | UPDATED: 14:47 15 June 2017

Moscow State Circus

Moscow State Circus


There’ll be unicyclists, foot jugglers, and trapeze artists

The Moscow State Circus is making a return to Bromley, Tunbridge Wells, and Folkestone over coming months.

The circus is bringing its latest production, Gostinitsa, a show that features high-rise acrobatics.

These events have been in planning stages for the last two years and the performers have been training non-stop.

Award-winning clowns, Chervotkins Duo, will guide the audience through the show, which features the acrobats the Didyk Troup, and the Alikhanov Troupe.

The Alikhanov Troupe perform on two ten metre poles balanced on one shoulder of a man. The three girls climb and spin to the very top of the same pole.

Other acts include unicyclists, foot jugglers, and trapeze artists.

The show will be at Folkestone’s Radnor Park from July 28 to August 1, Tunbridge Wells’ Dunorlan Park from August 31 to September 3, and Bromley’s Normans Park from September 6 to 10.

For more information visit or call 0844 856 5555.

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