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D & F Bros. Grand Indian Circus

D & F Bros. Grand Indian Circus has been specially created by Rhythms and Ragas in collaboration with Access All Areas and 30iPS for touring in 2018 to celebrate Circus250, marking the 250th anniversary of the World's first circus appearing in London in 1768.  A cast of Indian dancers, puppeteers, aerialists, acrobats, musicians and rope walkers, with the eye-watering displays by their fakir, present a colourful, vibrant, fast-moving extravaganza of intrigue, drama, feats of daring, music, laughter and surprise. The traditional skills presented in the D&FBGIC have been preserved over many centuries from the time of the Maharajas, and the cast take this ancient, mystical and magical circus format to even greater heights. A cast of dancers, puppeteers, aerialists, acrobats, musicians and rope walkers, with the eye-watering displays by their fakir, present a colourful, vibrant, fast-moving extravaganza of intrigue, drama, feats of daring, music, laughter and surprise. Their spectacular, awe-inspiring and unique shows toured Europe extensively all through the summers of 2015 - 2017 under the name of Circus Raj, thrilling audiences of all ages at festivals, melas, community events and carnivals - including Glasgow, Southampton, Edinburgh and Leicester Melas, Walthamstow Garden Party and numerous festivals including Glastonbury, Camp Bestival, Bestival, Lunar, Imagine Watford, Richmond upon Thames, Readipop, Rhythms of the World IOW, Geronimo, Harwich, Middlewich FAB, Sziget in Hungary, Earigail in Ireland, SKIrcus, Stoppenden Verden and Forde in Norway.