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Cirkus Baldoni Koege Valloeby Denmark
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Cirkus Baldoni´s historie

Ægteparret Thessa Daniella og René Marvin Mønster grundlagde Cirkus Baldoni i 2001 efter at have turneret med Cirkusteatret

i nogle år.

Første år foregik i et noget udslidt telt og materiellet var ligeledes noget nedslidt. I 2006 fik de deres første helt nye telt og det blev nu muligt at tilbyde mere pladskrævende numre, hvilket samtidig gjorde, at forestillingen blev endnu mere varieret.

År for år er der sket store forbedringer og i 2009 kunne de byde velkommen i endnu et nyt telt med en ny indretning, der giver et bedre udsyn for alle, nyt gredin (bænke), nye polstrede logestole og nyt fuldt computerstyret lys. I 2010 blev der investeret i en større kiosk og større toiletvogn for at reducere køen begge steder.

I år har de fokuseret på forbedringer og endnu engang købt nyt telt, som de glæder sig til at byde velkommen i.

http://www.baldoni.dk/historie.html

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