Circus 1903 Performs at Birmingham Hippodrome this Autumn
Circus 1903 arrives at Birmingham Hippodrome from Friday 25th October to Saturday 2nd November with a fantastic line-up to thrill audiences.
A range of dazzling new acts from around the globe will transport audiences back to the wonders of the Golden Age of Circus. Undoubtedly, the most charming puppet elephants on any stage around the world, Queenie and Peanut take to the stage alongside David Williamson also known as ‘Ringmaster Willy Whipsnade’. A crack team of UK-based puppeteers will also work with the much-loved Queenie and Peanut.
Acts joining the Circus 1903 include a daring duo aerial act ‘The Flying Fredonis’ performed by Russian artists Dasha Shelest and Vadym Pankevych. Other additions to the family include Cuban hand balancer ‘The Great Rokardy’, Rokardy Rodriguez, and Russian Rolling Ball Hula Hoopist ‘Mademoiselle Natalia’, performed by Natalia Leontieva.
Also performing are the mind-bending juggler, ‘The Great Gaston’, François Borie and the legendary balancing act Rola Bola by ‘The Sensational Sozonov’, performed by Russian Mikhail Sozonov and Ukrainian Ievgeniia Fetkulova. Joining them are unrivalled Ethiopian contortionist, ‘The Elastic Dislocationist’, performed by Senayet Asefa Amare and the stomach-churning heights of ‘The Daring Desafios’, a trio of Brazilian teeterboard daredevils. This trio consists of João Guilherme de Lima Siqueira, Luan de Souza Vieira and Clóvis Hernan Aranguiz dos Santos. Dizzying Mongolian duo Ganbayar Munkhbat and Andryei Batbold will bring their Icarian Games act and the Russian Cradle will feature breath-taking performances from ‘Les Incredibles’ – Ivan Formichev and Maria Boldyreva.