The world's most famous circus get seven wishes in their brand new show
Birmingham will play host to one of the most spectacular circus displays in the world this Christmas when the Moscow State Circus comes to the city. From the 20th of December to the 8th of January, the world’s most famous circus will literally perform "Miracles" a show that promises to have all the spectacle and nerve-tingling, edge of your seat stuff for the whole family. Nowhere else will you witness all the festive ingredients served up in this truly great show, an experience that you won't want to miss. The Circus has been planning this event for the last 2 years including installing the largest ever Big Top at the car park of Star City in Watson Road in Birmingham. The artistes have been in training ready for this world-beating performance, which promises to be breath taking. The whimsical Clown, Nicolino will guide the audience through this show of "Miracles", which features acts like the Didyk Troupe, acrobatics on Europe’s only DOUBLE Russian swings. Flying through the air and somersaulting from one fast moving swing to another, incredible! The Eftode Perch Gymnasts, a ten metre pole balanced on one shoulder of a man with not one but two girls climbing and spinning to the very top of the same pole. Birmingham's largest Christmas baubles see Stikhareva and Drazdova a duo of gyrating contortionists performing right at the top of the circus Big Top. The eight-strong Leontiev Parallel Bar troupe will be twisting and turning; similar to the Olympic discipline and Parkour Free Running but with an amazing coordinated routine. Together with aerial displays of grace and beauty from Anastacia Sarychea, the skill and balance of the wire dancer, fast moving skating, and the magic of quick change these are just some of the highlights of the festival show "Miracles" Don’t miss this amazing show, created especially for Star City in Birmingham, all housed in a brand new state of the art centrally heated theatre style luxury Big Top. Under 2s are free but do not get their own seat.
"Incredible, just beautiful."