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- Free seating.
- For ticket reservations for people in wheel chairs, please contact us before purchasing a ticket (due to the technical layout of the tent capacity is limited) via email@example.com
- We ask all visitors to come in time. After the show starts, it is not possible to enter the chapiteau even if you present valid ticket.
- Entrance for children under 6 years old is forbidden, older children only with parents.
We kindly ask you to respect the parental advisory age recommendations. They are essential to the safety of the artists and the comfort of all our festival guests.
The exceptional performance L'avis Bidon was created in 2017 and has been reaping one success after another ever since. Therefore, it is no wonder that it was also selected as a French favorite only for Letní Letná on the recommendation of the prestigious contemporary circus festival, BIAC Marseille!
In addition, it also won a gold medal during the 38th Mondial du Cirque de Demain. "Somewhere between a grotesque and a first-class circus. L’avis Bidon is a message of friendship and optimism."
Acrobats Zackary, Baptiste, Charlie, and Boris and their inner restlessness towards the world. They jump, throw knives and sing like they're about life. It is powered only by pure adrenaline. These circus performers introduce us to their colorful affinity against the background of a new musical universe. The relaxed atmosphere helps them to share masterful pieces and their crazy sense of humor with the audience up close. French Telerama writes: "... they impress with their creativity, dark humor and dynamism ... The whole thing is furiously exciting."
The Franco-Swiss Cirque La Compagnie ensemble was founded by graduates of the National Circus schools in Montreal. Together, they excel in a strong acrobatic identity, humor, technical virtuosity, and creativity, but at the same time, you will feel the uniqueness of each of them. They want together constantly exceed their limits.
Photo: Jérémy Paulin