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The father knelt beside his hesitant daughter and gently encouraged her to set aside her fears and take a seat beside the tiger. Multimedia Don't worry, he whispered in her ear during a family outing to the circus, it's just a little kitty. But in
It is an honour to bring this show, which started on the other side of the world in Canada, to a country that has such a great affinity with both the performing arts and horses." Beneath its white big top, billed as the largest touring tent in the
Circus animal ban goes too far, say MPs Zebras are among the 21 animals working in travelling circuses in England The government's plan for a total ban on animals in travelling circuses in England "goes too far", MPs have said. The Environment, Food
Government proposals to ban all wild animals from travelling circuses should be watered down to allow zebras, camels, reindeer and snakes to stay on the road, MPs have recommended. The report argues that many wild circus animals should continue to
The show was to go on at 8pm and I had to arrive at 4pm to receive my makeup and learn my skit as a clown. It was a real thrill to be out in front of 5000 spectators doing my routine. It lasted about 15 minutes and true as Andy Warhol said,
A representative of Cirque du Soleil says Ka plans to remove its final battle scene, the same scene during which a performer died on June 29 after falling roughly 90 feet in front of a live audience at the MGM Grand...Menard also said Cirque is
Rhythmic gymnast throws out incredibly acrobatic first pitch at game in South Korea Soo-ji delivered the pitch flipping her body around while standing on one leg. The ball wasn't a strike but she reached the plate and left fans and players in the
Berumen, to hand out printed material outlining what they called abuses towards animals.
The Portland troupe is bringing its "The Endless Road" show to the Egyptian Theatre stage, which should pair perfectly with Wanderlust's retro style.
The clowns of Clown Alley stopped by to give children a mini-performance and give some final touches to the designs that children were painting for the "Built To Amaze" project. The project is a partnership between Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey