Book Sir Leopold
If you are having a Victorian themed party then this Victorian strong man is perfect. He has two acts that you can choose as part of your corporate entertainment. This corporate entertainer will make a big impact at your Victorian themed event and will have your guest talking about it long after the event!
“The Path To Victory”
This act is Leopold’s lecture on the Art and Science of Gentleman-hood. In it he details the virtues required, the path to gaining them and finally the reason for this struggle for perfection.
A romantically charged and highly theatrical romp through Victorian values, vintage circus and high level feats of strength – from Chain Breaking and Tile smashing to Bending Steel Bolts, Phonebook tearing to Steel Bar Bending and even Sculpture, Human Lifts to Rolling up Frying pans, this act will amaze, amuse and astound, all performed with the raised eyebrow of fortitude and a hirsute yet perfectly coiffured, stiff upper lip…this act involves some audience interaction.
“The Mighty Moustache”
This act is Leopold’s non-speaking Strongman act, set to Swing, swing, swing by Benny Goodman it is a high energy stage piece containing many of the feats of strength found in “The Path to Victory” but without the rhetoric of gentleman-hood. It is more suited to environments where the show is less interactive.
“The Path to Victory!”
Playback or when live accompaniment is available amplification for electric Piano or Violin.
Radio Mic or other form of amplification
2 metres clearance from performer to public
Some assistance in clearing up post show
“The Mighty Moustache”
2 metres clearance
All other props and stage effects will be brought onstage and taken offstage by the performer.
Standard Length of Performance:
“The Path to Victory!” Can run from 10 – 35 minutes depending on client requirements
“The Mighty Moustache” Can run from 2 to 15 minutes
¶ Makes a big impact at any Victorian themed event
¶ Will have your guests talking
¶ Highly engaging and entertaining
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Here’s what Sir Leopold – Circus Show’s clients said:
For me, however, the highlight of the evening was still to come. The magnificently moustached Sir Leopold Aleksander: Victorian Strongman. True to form he wore white trousers, sported a cravat and had a formidable moustache. Proceeding to deliver ‘lectures’ on the true qualities a man should demonstrate (in essence, strength), which involved bending steel bars of increasing width. This spectacle really captured what one felt a real Victorian strongman would have been like and was highly engaging at the same time.
Sir Leopold – Circus Show’s Previous Clients:
London World of Wonders on Southbank
Masques & Basques at Rose Theatre Kingston
Barts Pathology Museum
Guildhall Art Gallery
Cirque Le Soir
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