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- Posted:Wednesday, September 29, 2010
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It is most definitely going to be a unique and colourful performance, so anyone interested in seeing the action up front should make sure to acquire some tickets, as well as a cheap hostel in Prague.
Charles Spencer has summed up what fans can expect to see when in attendance by simply telling the Daily Telegraph that "Cirque du Soleil offers the most spectacular entertainment available anywhere in the world".
It looks like the Saltimbanco part of this company is one of the highlights as well, with the official website noting that it has came about after looking at the various "colourful inhabitants" that dominate the "the urban fabric of the metropolis".
The idea seems to have went down well, with the show first forming in 1992 yet still holding strong into this year, though there have been some changes made to the performance to allow it to adapt to an arena atmosphere, meaning that those booking up a cheap Prague hostel will likely see a modern take on the act, as a range of bright colours mix with stunning acrobatic performances.
Montreal based Cirque Du Soleil has came along way as a whole, too, starting out as small-time entertainment providers with only 73 people working with them. It has now expanded to a staggering total of over 4,000 employees, with the artist total breaking the 1,000 mark.
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