Loco Brusca and África Llorens, two of the standout shows at the 28th Trapezi Fair

Loco Brusca and África Llorens, two of the standout shows at the 28th Trapezi Fair

About 40,000 people, the same number as a year ago, attended the 28th edition of the Reus Circus Trapeze Fair over four days. Since the early days, the Cirque Inextremiste show has been known for using butane canisters. Saturday was a very intense day in the streets, tents and theatres. In the Bartrina Theater there was a division of opinion. Oriol Boras foot Next to Suntorya show that follows the stages of a star’s life and has child abuse as the backdrop to an entire creation that is difficult to digest.

In the small square of Saint-Pere, one of the most positive surprises of this 28th edition was presented. Africa Lawrencethe company Immediately– He could not walk or keep his feet on the ground. As if she were a helium balloon, the artist was pushed upward while two acrobats tried to stop her ascent in every possible way – by grabbing her by the feet, by the shirt, by the pants and so on – so that she would not come out. Flying towards the sky of Rios. Throughout Saturday, five 10-minute passes were made. Delight and great discovery this piece about vertigo titled Actual height And take it out Camille Boutell.

It wasn’t news, but it was great news and the programming was a success Crazy Bruskya clown and comedian who made an excellent impression in La Palma with the show The train…gone! For its part, the Parc Anton Borrell cabaret witnessed very exciting moments with the couple’s bar number Xana and Diego And the scale number Trochus Locus. At the end of the club, the presenter Jose Luis Redondo He issued a declaration against the “genocide” committed by Israel against the Palestinian people and as co-director of the exhibition, Cristina Cazorla,I wanted to mention to Mobile theaterwho leaves the stage permanently.

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In the photo, Loco Brusca shows a newspaper from the 1980s during his show on Saturday in La Palma de Ríos. Photo: Manel Sala “Uls”.

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