St George’s Square comes alive with fantastic acrobatic displays

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St George's Square comes alive with fantastic acrobatic displaysSt George’s Square in Victoria came alive on Sunday evening with a performance by group of Rwandan acrobats – Future Vision Acrobat – in their show – Changing the Story

The large audience were left in awe by their unique aerobatic displays and flame-throwing with the beautiful backdrop of St George’s Basilica.St George's Square comes alive with fantastic acrobatic displaysFuture Vision Acrobat (FVA) from Rwanda, was founded by Elysée Niyonsenga, who, along with the other members of the group are all survivors of the genocide.

Elysée has been in Gozo and Malta, along with 4 other acrobats from his group – Future Vision Acrobat – to run a couple of Circus4Life workshops for vulnerable Maltese and migrant youth.St George's Square comes alive with fantastic acrobatic displaysWatch this short video here about Rwandan acrobat Elysée.

This event was endorsed by the Valletta 2018 Foundation.

Photographs by Alain Salvary

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