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The Word on Circus: April 2013

Children Circus: Adding Colour to Their Life

By AFP (Newswire). Published by The Hindu. April 24, 2013.

In a dusty city of grey concrete blast walls where there’s not always much to smile about, the organisers of a children’s circus try to provide a splash of colour and some moments of joy. The Kabul-based Mobile Mini-Circus for Children (MMCC) was founded in Afghanistan in 2002, months after the fall of the hardline Taliban Islamic regime which banned music and dance…

World Circus Day with Mike Finch 

Featuring Mike Finch, Artistic Director of Circus Oz, on ABC Radio National. April 20, 2013

“From its beginnings 35 years ago, we’ll find out how its performance practices have changed, why the National Cultural Policy decided to take circuses seriously, and how the ‘new’ circus differs from cabaret, burlesque and physical theatre.”

Women’s Circus

Featuring Steph Kehoe, Artist in Residence at the Circus, on ABC Radio National. April 20, 2013

“Melbourne’s Women’s Circus aims to empower and inspire through participation in contemporary circus for women of all ages and from all walks of life.”

Children Circus: Adding Colour to Their Life

By AFP (Newswire). Published by The Hindu. April 24, 2013.

In a dusty city of grey concrete blast walls where there’s not always much to smile about, the organisers of a children’s circus try to provide a splash of colour and some moments of joy. The Kabul-based Mobile Mini-Circus for Children (MMCC) was founded in Afghanistan in 2002, months after the fall of the hardline Taliban Islamic regime which banned music and dance…

World Circus Day with Mike Finch 

Featuring Mike Finch, Artistic Director of Circus Oz, on ABC Radio National. April 20, 2013

“From its beginnings 35 years ago, we’ll find out how its performance practices have changed, why the National Cultural Policy decided to take circuses seriously, and how the ‘new’ circus differs from cabaret, burlesque and physical theatre.”

Women’s Circus

Featuring Steph Kehoe, Artist in Residence at the Circus, on ABC Radio National. April 20, 2013

“Melbourne’s Women’s Circus aims to empower and inspire through participation in contemporary circus for women of all ages and from all walks of life.”

Circus is a collection of monthly posts with links to online content relating to circus and performance. If you spot something online that you think others might find of interest, just send us a link and we will add it to this dedicated blog page. Contact ASCA on asca@rednosefoundation.com


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