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Victorian Circus brings baby elephant puppet to Peterborough

A leading UK circus company is bringing its street parade and show to Peterborough next week.

Lost in Translation will be bringing its Victorian-themed circus show to Peterborough on September 1.

The arrival of the circus is announced by a parade, which will begin at 5.45pm in Cathedral Square. This tradition, popularised during the Victorian period, gave excited crowds even more to be dazzled by.

The show itself will begin at 6pm and is free of charge with no booking required.

Lost in Translation hold the Guinness World Record for most catches on the Korean Cradle, a technical discipline rarely seen in the UK. 

The company promise high throws, high thrills and an appearance by Pablo, the baby elephant puppet. 

Massimiliano Rossetti, co-director of Lost in Translation, said: "We’re so excited to be back on stage with a bang for our 10th anniversary year! 

"At Lost in Translation, we have a deep desire to connect people, communities and cultures through our character driven theatrical shows and our trademark warm humour. 

"This past year has seen us separated from both our loved ones and what we love doing, so we can’t wait to bring a smile to new audiences."