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GREAT CIRCUS WONDERLAND NEW 2018 SHOW – No Animals are used in the performances.
There have been many reviews of the show on the Javea Connect group, all of which, if I recall rightly, were more than favourable.
To celebrate its 40th anniversary the Great Circus Wonderland presents a Tarzan themed show.
The rock band Alchemy rises from the ashes of Marcello Spera (lead vocals and rhythm guitar) and Cristiano Stefana’s (lead guitar) past musical experiences, joined by Matteo Severini (drums), Matteo Castelli (bass) and Andrew Trabelsi (keyboard). The band records its first EP, “Rise Again” in April 2013, which sets the start of the live shows. They play throughout all northern Italy, sharing the stage with internationally known artists such as Don Airey, Will Hunt, Arthemis, Hell In The Club, Rain, Headless and Sandness. In 2016 they record the first LP, “Never Too Late”, produced by Street Symphonies Records, receiving positive reviews from all around the world. At the moment, the band is working on the next record, while the live and promotional activity goes on constantly in Italy and neighbouring countries.
The Teatre Arniches of Alicante has hosted the presentation of the tenth edition of Circarte , which will take place from September 13 to 29, 2019 in six municipalities in the province of Alicante, one of them being Dénia.
For this year’s edition, Circarte has prepared about thirty proposals between shows, workshops and parallel activities by 25 companies, 60 artists and groups from Alicante, Murcia, Andalusia, Madrid, Galicia, Castilla, Zaragoza, León, France, UK, Holland or Belgium. Almost three weeks full of shows and parallel activities that will start in El Campello on the 13th and will continue in Alicante, Sant Joan d’Alacant, Mutxamel, San Vicent del Raspeig and making a stop in Dénia on September 28.
Dénia will host, in the afternoon of the 28th, two contemporary circus shows. The first will be the show “RAR” of the Balusca company, which can be seen on c/La Vía at 7 pm, with free access.
The second performance will correspond to the show “Aware” of the company Alodeyá Circo-danza, winner of various awards. “Aware” is a Japanese concept that talks about the beauty and importance of the ephemeral, it uses acrodanza, tightrope, Chinese mast and juggling, in combination with live music, to tell stories of encounters and disagreements “Aware” can be seen in the auditorium of the Social Centre, on the same day, September 28, at 8:30 p.m. upon reservation of entry through the Festival’s website.