The Great Moscow Circus: A Night of Heart-Stopping Thrills & Hearty Laughs

Event Coverage

The Great Moscow Circus: A Night of Heart-Stopping Thrills & Hearty Laughs

Event Coverage

The Great Moscow Circus was a night of death-defying stunts, jaw-dropping acts, and a magnificent display of the best of circus.

Walking in, the impressive tent was indeed a sight to behold, especially with the attention to detail, such as a stall selling carnival staples of candy floss and popcorn. We were invited to attend the red carpet gala, and saw celebrities donned in a chromatic display of costumes that matched the mirth and excitement of the atmosphere. It was certainly a night of glitz and glamour, as many rocked glittery heels and flamboyant dresses.

The night began with The Catwall Trampoline Troupe’s performance by guest stars from Canada and the USA. Relying on the large trampolines on both sides of the wall, they began to walk across the giant frame, effortlessly vaulting on and off in perfect synchronicity, resembling jumping jacks as they sprung up lightly off the trampoline.

 

It was the perfect warm up act, and an excellent segue into the next part of the show – the introduction of the ringmaster, Stanislav “Stas” Knyazkov. Clad in coattails and a top hat, he wielded his cane expertly as he stepped into the ring, booming with confidence and an enthralling baritone.


Read our full coverage of the beat-pumping Great Moscow Circus here.

The Great Moscow Circus was a night of death-defying stunts, jaw-dropping acts, and a magnificent display of the best of circus.

Walking in, the impressive tent was indeed a sight to behold, especially with the attention to detail, such as a stall selling carnival staples of candy floss and popcorn. We were invited to attend the red carpet gala, and saw celebrities donned in a chromatic display of costumes that matched the mirth and excitement of the atmosphere. It was certainly a night of glitz and glamour, as many rocked glittery heels and flamboyant dresses.

The night began with The Catwall Trampoline Troupe’s performance by guest stars from Canada and the USA. Relying on the large trampolines on both sides of the wall, they began to walk across the giant frame, effortlessly vaulting on and off in perfect synchronicity, resembling jumping jacks as they sprung up lightly off the trampoline.

It was the perfect warm up act, and an excellent segue into the next part of the show – the introduction of the ringmaster, Stanislav “Stas” Knyazkov. Clad in coattails and a top hat, he wielded his cane expertly as he stepped into the ring, booming with confidence and an enthralling baritone.


Read our full coverage of the beat-pumping Great Moscow Circus here.

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