[EN IMAGES] Petit Champlain district: When Christmas magic and circus go hand in hand – Le Journal de Québec

Young and old alike marveled on Saturday in the Petit Champlain district and Place-Royale at the premiere of “Brrrr!”, a free tour where you can soak up the magic of Christmas through circus skills.

The “Grumpy Who Wanted to Steal Christmas” course with professional acrobats., Staged by the Flip Fabrique circus troupe, visitors can discover the different disciplines every weekend in December, with the exception of Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.

[EN IMAGES]    Petit Champlain district: When Christmas magic and circus go hand in hand

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“Apart from being completely free, it is really a great activity that allows people to soak up and, above all, feel the magic of Christmas,” says Neighborhood Cooperative Communications and Marketing Manager Petit Champlain. Carolanne Fournel.

This is the third year in a row that families can attend the entertaining and high-octane circus that combines tightrope walking, trampolining and juggling while doing their Christmas shopping. There were many spectators at the Journal’s visit on Saturday.

[EN IMAGES]    Petit Champlain district: When Christmas magic and circus go hand in hand

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“We are very pleased that it is coming back this year and the concept has been revised to present new figures to those who would have come last year,” explains Ms Fournel.

[EN IMAGES]    Petit Champlain district: When Christmas magic and circus go hand in hand

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The return of the choirs

In addition to Flip Fabrique’s circus entertainment, the choirs are also back to add a little musical touch to the Christmas magic of the Petit Champlain district and Place-Royale.

The 6 DS, Les Classy, ​​​​La Brigade or the Ad Vitam Choir and Gamik Vocale have been performing since December 2nd to accompany the celebrations and delight the visitors.

[EN IMAGES]    Petit Champlain district: When Christmas magic and circus go hand in hand

Photo credit: Nicolas St-Pierre


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