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Slava’s world famous clownshow comes to Monaco

Slava’s world famous clownshow comes to Monaco

By Staff Writer - November 27, 2018

The most spectacular clown for a Christmas come early!

In 25 years, Slava’s Snowshow has become the LA clownshow of reference in the world.

From Hong Kong to Sydney, from New York to Paris, this show offers a marvellous journey into the snowy world of Slava.

On stage, Assisyai, a melancholy and shaggy clown in a yellow romper-suit and red slippers, invites the spectators to unlikely adventures of magic and poetry.

Slava clown

A visual experience that is full of surprises, in which soap bubbles, giant cobwebs, snow storms and spooky green creatures await both young and old.

Without saying a word, the troupe of mischievous and slightly crazed clowns turn the art of mime and clowning into an object of theatre in which our adult dramas as well as our dreams as eternal children are played out, inviting the spectators to let themselves be carried along and to let emotions be unleashed like a storm!

A real epic filled with poetry and grace, of pranks and antics, and one which must be discovered urgently.

From 6 to 9 December 2018 – Salle des Princes.

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