Les Oiseaux de Lux

Children's Entertainment,Children's Walk Around Acts,Themed Entertainment,Animal & Jungle Theme,Walkabout Entertainment,Walkabout Animals,Walkabout Characters
Les Oiseaux de Lux
Reasons to book this ACT
  • An incredible invasion of giant wingless birds and their riders

  • They seek out boredom and tickle it into laughter

  • For 20 years they have performed street parades creating amiable mayhem

  • Specialize in bringing the WOW factor to your event

  • Performed in 40 countries including the UK, China, US, the Middle East

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This international street theatre group specialize in bringing the WOW factor to your event. Whether your event is large or small in a street, mall, city square, or park, they can help make it truly memorable.  The parade entertainers have performed at more than 500 shows in Britain and 40 other countries; throughout Europe and world-wide including China, Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, Brazil, Venezuela, the Middle East, USA, Canada and Turkey.

Les Oiseaux de Lux
Hold on to your baguettes – here come the birds!!!  Les Oiseaux de lux is an invasion of giant wingless birds and their riders.  For the last 20 years they have made friends, performed street interventions and parades, and created amiable mayhem. Wherever in the world there is a zone of under-entertainment the birds respond...No task is too difficult and no journey too long. They have visited more than 40 countries worldwide.

"I was completely blown away by them and the impact they had on the kids, it was as if their world had changed once they saw them, because they never had conceived that creatures like that could exist."

Paul Collard , Director of the Newhaven Festival of Arts and Ideas, Newhaven Register, 1998 USA