KIDS GO CRAZY AT CAMP BESTIVAL

The Caravan Of Lost Souls was born again as a stunning child-friendly circus to conquer Britain's best family festival. Igor Rasputin's pop-up caravan of cabaret curiosities was brilliantly rebranded for young eyes and ears to universal acclaim at the 2014 version of the brilliant Camp Bestival in Dorset with the crew introducing their own children as part of the rip-roaring show

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The Caravan Of Lost Souls was born again as a stunning child-friendly circus to conquer Britain’s best family festival.

Igor Rasputin’s pop-up caravan of cabaret curiosities was brilliantly rebranded for young eyes and ears to universal acclaim at the 2014 version of the brilliant Camp Bestival in Dorset with the crew introducing their own children as part of the rip-roaring show

The event was staged in the opulent surroundings of Lulworth Castle on the Jurassic coastline of southern England and the Caravan’s revamp was received riotously by an audience of all ages who delighted in the mind-boggling array of skills on show ranging from magic and mime to contortion, juggling, hula hoop, music and a host of circus skills.

With the expert Caravan crew in tip top form the show was further boosted when performers introduced their own young children who joined in the fun to demonstrate their own fledgling talents.

The chimp-powered Caravan featured the multiple talents of established Area 51 artists like Matt Lemon and Klas Tacer who demonstrated excellent circus skills including juggling and diabolo to name but two. Contortionist Beth Sykess wowed those watching while Pippin Wood and Nat Page gave eye-catching performances of fire skills.

Bill Brookman provided the caravan’s usual maniacal musical accompaniment while Amy “Hoop Lovin'” Guerrier impressed all with her act of working with multiple hoops.

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