The kaleidoscope of colour and the cavalcade of characters that is the spectacular production by The Great Moscow Circus is finally in Singapore for the first time in over a decade.

Located under the red-and-white big top on Bayfront Avenue, next to Marina Bay Sands, catch the stellar performance with more than 16 sensational acts featuring astounding performers from Russia and beyond.

For four weeks, gear up for a line up of death-defying aerial stunts, daredevil motorcyclists, crazy contortionist and the funniest clowns!

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Roll Up! Roll Up!

Led by ringmaster Stanislav Kynazkov, who happens to be an accomplished juggles and a very funny clown too. To keep the event lighthearted, master clown Dmitry Shindrov will pop in and out of the ring every now and then to get a few chuckles out of the crowd. Look out, he might just approach you in between acts!

Ring Master | Image Credit: The Great Moscow Circus

 

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Master Clown | GIF Credit: Discover SG

Possibly the most dangerous act in the circus – aerialists Katya Rubtsova and Anton Markov will be suspended 14 metres above the red carpet ring, spinning and twisting in a glorious artistic display of gymnastic skills. This act is performed with absolutely no safety nets and wires as backup.

 

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Acrobatic highlights also includes a “fast track” troupe The Rubtsovs tumbling and leaping across the space is a whirlwind of non-stop acrobatic action.

 

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Weird, wonderful and totally amazing – look out for the Man In The Glass Box who is a crazy contortionist from Dagestan. Watch as he folds and twists his body in ways we never thought possible.

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If you’re a fan of Britain’s Got Talent, you might be familiar with Sascha Williams‘ crazy balancing act that even wowed Simon Cowell. This nail-biting act will definitely put you on the edge of your seats.

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Just when you thought that’s all they have to offer, The Great Moscow Circus brings you to the biggest Globe of Death Motorcycle act to ever hit the shores. Cranking the noise level up a notch, five speeding motorcyclists will be trapped, circling around in the same steel globe.

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Also expect to see horizontal bar performers, a pair of quick change transformationists, trampoline stunt group, a double giant wheel that spins while carrying four acrobats and more.

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The circus doesn’t get much wilder than this. It’ll be pumped with danger, action, fun and comedy to keep the whole family on the edge of their seats!

The Great Moscow Circus
Venue: Under the mighty Big Top Bayfront Avenue, Beside Marina Bay Sands
Date: 25 October – 23 November 2018
Ticket Prices: $55 – $155 (Buy your tickets on SISTIC)
Website

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