On Saturday April 23rd, the Canadian International School of Phnom Penh (CIS) invited amazing artists from Phare Circus to perform for CIS families and friends. Over 500 people gathered in the playground and were astounded by the skilled artists and the various stunts they performed. Seated right in front of the stage, children were thrilled at the performers’ acrobatic moves, including an extreme balancing act and fire show. A balloon-bending clown and face painters were on hand to add to the circus atmosphere. The guests were able to enjoy delicious food and catching up with one another. photo by Hong menea
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