Le PeTiT CiRqUe Receives Standing Ovation At Nobel Peace Prize Awards
Scarlett Entertainment's Le PeTiT CiRqUe left guests and Norwegian Royalty in awe at the Nobel Peace Prize Awards with their enchanting stage show. After the performance, 10,000 people including the princess of Norway rose to their feet to give the seven to fourteen-year-olds a huge applause.
The circus act which was made up of talented youngsters performed an inclusive, custom-made show which included sign language, aerialists, contortionists, unicyclists and foot archers. The one of a kind production, which honoured the laureates, took guests on a dramatic journey highlighting how important it is for children to have responsible heroes to look up to. The custom made piece pulled on the heart-strings of the audience and ended with foot arches shooting arrows at a target to release balloons into the crowd.
Alfred Nobel created the Nobel Peace Prize Awards to recognize the hard work and dedication people and organisations give to improve social issues and causes between nations. The awards take place every year and each year gives an opportunity for artists to perform in front of a global audience. The 2017 award ceremony in Oslo, Norway only selected six artists to perform and Le PeTiT CiRqUe we're lucky enough to be on the bill alongside world stars such as John Legend and Lukas Graham.
Le PeTiT CiRqUe specialises in performing for humanitarian-based causes, and the work they perform is empowering and inspiring. The cast has toured the globe spreading messages of love and hope. The youth company has appeared at many high-end events and have previously appeared on NBC's Little Big Shots.