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Throughout the year 2012, with its outstanding shows the Circus and Variety MACIVA Hungarian Nonprofit Ltd. was recognized for its success. The Human Resources Department declared the national performing arts organization. This means that the Hungarian Circus  and Variety …. similar to the Hungarian State Opera House and the National Theater, also become a part of the apex cultural institutions.

UPCOMING CIRCUS GALA with the well-known Hungarian  acrobats and artists,  opening on  Saturday, January, 12. 2013 and to be seen until  Sunday, March, 10. 2013.

At District XIV. 12/a Állatkert  Blvd. Budapest

Tickets available on-line:, by dialing: +36-1-343-9630 or purchase on the spot.

The on-line ticket purchasing system designed with 5% discount to buy tickets for performances.

Why this Gala is so exceptional and outstanding to come in performance at the Hungarian circus arena (?) A large number of  Hungarian acrobats and artists are around the World fulfilling their invitations at the World’s circus areas. Certainly, was not easy to coordinate their performances, having these excellences within the same place and time to appear on the motherland arena with their breathtaking productions … more to it … not only the building itself  is the only stone circus in central Europe, but now-a-days … not too often appears … the arena’s floor is covered with sawdust  mixed with sand to comfort the animals feet, not to be damaged during the show on the hard plastic floor …. so we were told at to-day’s press demonstration.

The show presents today’s best Hungarian acrobats, artists  minute-by-minute with spectacular and most beautiful circus animals, such as the four Asian camelsSandra, the Indian elephant, a number of forty beautiful horses, two Scottish Grey Cattle, Dutch Friesian horses figure dancing to the music together with the Circus’s dancers.

In 2013, the year’s first  national circus show… staring

Famous elephant … Sandra  “the movie star”  will be showing her grand performance. She appeared as a “co-star” in one of the James Bond movie, staring Roger Moore. This time neither James Bond, nor Roger Moore will be in the arena but, you bet … Sandra will show up.

Loránd Eötvös  & Partner – virtuoso juggling duo.  Recognitions and Awards: 1998 Hortobágy Charlemagne Prize, 2004 Budapest International Circus Festival – Special Prize. Old friends, representing the Eötvös circus dynasty.

Ágnes Németh & Roland Dittmar – comedy duo. Roland Dittmar’s awards: 2008 Circus Festival of Budapest – bronze prize and award-winning comedy duo at last year’s International Circus Festival of Budapest. Arrived just for the Budapest’s Circus Gala from France  to entertain the audience at the Hungarian arena. Stunning show and also proves that size does not matter!  No tricks here, the lady’s height is above 2 meters and the gent’s is a but higher than 1.60 meters. The married pair both have big spoon spiced with humor… that’s what you get!

Elastic-Fantastic-Bombastic – bungee jumping. The four boys between the dome mounted synchronized flying trapeze show awesome bungee-jumping with  superb acrobatic exercises.

Freiheit  – free style dressage horses. One of the greatest virtues of circus art!  Beautifully presented co-operation in harmony between man and animal. Amazing scenery lays in front of us conjure mounts joint coordinated work, synchronous movements, “spinning” technique by the free style training Dutch Frisians and Arab thoroughbred.

The FACE  – László Simet & Olga Simet & Diana Bakk  – the giant semaphore. Recognitions and Awards 1992 Circus Festival of Budapest – bronze prize, 1992 Wuhan – Gold Award, 1998 Warsaw – Gold Award, 2008 Grenoble and Dax – Gold Award, 2008 Knight’s Cross of the Hungarian Republic. László Simet, one of to-day’s biggest star of Hungarian circus amazingly versatile. There was a time when he crossed over the Western Railway Station breathtaking heights on wire balancing  through the bustling traffic over the Grand Boulevard in Budapest … but for millions or billion  TV viewers watched him with goosebumps  from head-to-toe, tip-toeing the heights on wire at the closing ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Now, the heights “are in space”  with women dressed in spacesuit treading among the stars.

Mail van – horse show.  A national circus gala presentation is unimaginable without the well-known and admired equestrian traditions. This figure is at once evokes the colorful world of knights riding and virtuoso skill, an atmosphere of attractions. Horse standing at stud bridles also stems sights.

Gypsy Camp – jugglers, fire eaters, dancers. Wandering, dancers, merry cavalcade, knife thrower productions, music, jugglers,  a show with classic Gypsy camp atmosphere.

Comic trampoline. Get ready to see  a humorous with spiced acrobatic elements which already conquered many European  circus arenas. The audiences will surely view the perfect mix of comedy.

Golden Power – power-lifters. We can be confident that  in 2004 Monte Carlo International Circus Festival Bronze Clown Laureate duo’s efforts were recognized and once again here in Budapest crowned with success. Their slow movements, the ease of almost unimaginable power simply radiates.

Flórian Richter and equestrian acrobats – jockey show. Recognitions and Awards 2004 Monte-Carlo – Silver Clown Award winner and 2008  Monte-Carlo – Golden Clown Award winner. The show in 2008 at the Monte Carlo Circus Festival was without a doubt the highlight of the night which brought the Golden Clown Prize to the equestrian acrobats. The Hungarian State Circus audience can see now for the first time  Florian Richter and the equestrian acrobats.

 Update and snaps Aggie Reiter

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