Circo Trottola shows human frailty and the power of a bell | reporting

The circus has arrived in town. After São Teotónio, in Odemira, the red tent of Circo Trottola, surrounded by caravans, now rises in Aljezur, on the Costa Vicentina. Bonaventure Gacon, acrobat, clown and founder, with Titoune, of the French company Trottola, representative of the new circus, sees poetry in this. “Coming with trucks, putting so much energy into setting up a tent, caravans, working, sometimes in the rain, for something that is useless, is poetry that I love.”

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