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Women authors in spotlight as festival of new circus opens

By: P.T., STA

A number of outdoor and indoor venues across Ljubljana will come alive with circus and theatre shows, concerts, attractions, workshops and discussions as the annual Klovnbuf festival gets under way today.

This year the spotlight will be on women artists and their small-format shows. Running until 20 June, the 15th iteration of the international festival promises to bring “a lively and interesting mix of various expressive languages of new circus that are rarely on show in Slovenia”.

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