Escape with debauchery: raccoons who Escaped from the circus drank alcohol all night in a local store
Inhabitancy . A real escape with a debauch was arranged by two raccoons in the town of Storozhynets, Chernivtsi region. The raccoons escaped from a circus that was on tour,…

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"King of jesters" Anatoly Durov: why officials were afraid of the founder of the famous circus dynasty
The famous Russian trainer and clown Anatoly Durov, who became the founder of the circus dynasty, turned the idea of clowning and circus art. He was the first circus performer…

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Failed Detochkin, Manager Bunsha and Ivan the terrible: why Yuri Nikulin refused cult roles
In the creative Arsenal of each actor there are roles that become his business card and bring fame, recognition and success to millions of viewers. For Yuri Nikulin, these were…

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The saddest clown in the USSR and Vysotsky’s favorite artist: from misunderstanding at home to international recognition

The saddest clown in the USSR and Vysotsky’s favorite artist: from misunderstanding at home to international recognition

Marcel Marceau himself called him a genius of pantomime and “a great poet of the movement”, Vladimir Vysotsky considered him a talented artist and his friend, Czech journalists wrote that he was a clown “with autumn in his heart”. Continue reading

Traveling circus instead of a catwalk: an unusual photo shoot for Vogue magazine

The world of high fashion is always eccentric, and talented photographers are often willing to experiment. It is good when as a result of such joint efforts, pleasant photo projects are born. A striking example is a series of photographs taken by American will Davidson for the March issue of the Australian edition of Vogue magazine.

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Circus wrestlers and strongmen: the time when women could beat a man and get paid for it
At the beginning of the twentieth century, women tried to be as good as men. Can't women do what their husbands or brothers do? It's no big deal. Then there…

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Circus wrestlers and strongmen: the time when women could beat a man and get paid for it
At the beginning of the twentieth century, women tried to be as good as men. Can't women do what their husbands or brothers do? It's no big deal. Then there…

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Circus horses, elephants and zebras in a foggy arena: Rob Tarbell's smoke-filled photo paintings
The author of circus-themed photo-films Rob Tarbell is a trainer of sorts himself. But unlike people who tame wild animals, Rob Tarbell deals with an even more wayward charge -…

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Circus wrestlers and strongmen: the time when women could beat a man and get paid for it
At the beginning of the twentieth century, women tried to be as good as men. Can't women do what their husbands or brothers do? It's no big deal. Then there…

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