Moscow State Circus stars warm up for Xscape shows on ski slopes

THE stars of the Moscow State Circus took to the snow slopes for a spot of pre-show exercise.

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Moscow State Circus stars took to the slopes at Braehead
Moscow State Circus stars took to the slopes at Braehead

The gymnasts, acrobats and clowns were at Xscape, at Braehead, before the start of their new show, Babushkin Sekret which combines traditional and modern acts.

It is to go on stage at Xscape tomorrow.

Set in Soviet Russia in 1927, it follows treasure hunters Valerik and Valik on their quest to find the "12th chair" which they hope will contain the treasure.

Among the high-flying acts are three men and two women walking and back-flipping 30ft in the air on the high wire.

The gymnasts, acrobats and clowns were at Xscape, at Braehead, before the start of their new show, Babushkin Sekret which combines traditional and modern acts.

It is to go on stage at Xscape tomorrow.

Set in Soviet Russia in 1927, it follows treasure hunters Valerik and Valik on their quest to find the "12th chair" which they hope will contain the treasure.

Among the high-flying acts are three men and two women walking and back-flipping 30ft in the air on the high wire.

There are also to be acrobats, jugglers and vertical pole balancing along with clowns Pavel and Klava in the heated big top.

The Moscow State Circus will be at Xscape in Braehead until Sunday, January 20.

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