A group of 200 children from orphanages in Seychelles will get the chance to enjoy a full show at the Magic Circus of Samoa on Wednesday night. This is thanks to an invitation from the Minister for Tourism and Culture, Alain St.Ange, and the circus’ ringmaster, Bruno Loyale, who have invited the group of children to the Magic Circus of Samoa.
Local company M&R Clearing has also come on board to give these less fortunate children a good treat and a fun-filled evening at the circus. The company will be sponsoring the children with drinks and popcorn.
Getting the chance to see clowns, acrobats, and jugglers performing live is among the many dreams of our young children, and these young ones will get the chance to meet Toetu the clown, the magician hailing from Samoa, hula hoop dancers, and jugglers, along with the other performers coming from India, Nepal, Ethiopia, and from the Americas.
Seeing Sultan Kösen, the world’s tallest man will surely be a memorable moment for these young children.
Mr. Loyale and his team are on their second visit to the Seychelles with the first being three years back. The Magic Circus of Samoa has been performing at the Freedom Square in Victoria since February 19.
Minister St.Ange said he is happy that Mr. Loyale and team from the Magic Circus of Samoa have agreed to host these children.
This will give these children a once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience a live circus.
We are happy that we are able to bring added joy and comfort to the lives of those living in the different children’s homes across the country.
Seychelles is a founding member of the International Coalition of Tourism Partners (ICTP) . For more information on Seychelles Minister of Tourism and Culture Alain St.Ange, click here.