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CIRCUS DIARIES: Transit, by Flip FabriQue

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Flip FabriQue have officially been a company for four years, but the troupe of six have been friends for ten, ever since attending Quebec Circus School together. After they graduated, they went their separate ways into solo careers, but eventually Bruno Gagnon, company member, founder and artistic director, contacted everyone to suggest they form a company.

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AMALUNA – Royal Albert Hall

In Cabaret, Circus, Features, Opinion, Reviews, Touring by Katharine KavanaghLeave a Comment

Amaluna is a fantasy storybook whisked into life with twinkling lights, colourful costumes, a sea of acrobatic performers, and a rousing rock band. It’s not the story of The Tempest, but Shakespeare’s tale of magic, shipwreck, fear and love is a recognisable influence in the Cirque Du Soleil characters who, here on the parallel universe Isle of Amaluna, take a different journey.