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Location: Portugal
Member Since: 17th Jan 2002
Total posts: 12
Posted:Hello:I may be performing in a medieval journey (recreation of the medieval environment near a castle) animating a castle or the streets near it, soI need to know what kind of animations (juggling, twirling, firebreathing, dancing, acrobatics, etc) people used to do in the middle ages. If you know, please post a message telling me which or where to look. Thanx!
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Location: Bristol, UK
Member Since: 19th Dec 2001
Total posts: 3009
Posted:The information must be on the internet somewhere. I did a quick search and found quite a lot of information, so go dig deeper!!!I seriously doubt twirling was about in Europe until very recently. However juggling and acrobatics (often called tumbling) was. Some companies sell wooden juggling balls so you can be properly authentic.

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