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Trailer: The Greatest Showman (2017)

Hugh Jackman back in a musical, yes please! That is what we want to see more and more of, leading the line for the big onscreen musicals. 144 more words

Musical

Pt Barnum Signed Authentic Cabinet Card~ Ringling Bros Barnum & Bailey Circus

Pt Barnum Signed Authentic Cabinet Card~ Ringling Bros Barnum & Bailey Circus
P.T Barnum AUTHENTIC Antique Cabinet Photo Card Signed And Dated 1886. Marked On Bottom Eisenmann Instantaneous Portraits Photo 229 Bowery N.Y. 307 more words

Collectibles

Barnum's Effect

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Roll Up! Roll Up! The Ultimate Feel-Good Barnum

Barnum

by Michael Stewart, and Cy Coleman

Twickenham Operatic Society at the Hampton Hill Theatre until 27th May

Review by Mary Stoakes

Barnum tells the life history of the great American impresario and circus owner in terms of musical theatre and in his programme notes, director Ian Stark, mentions the difficulties of staging such a ‘big top’ entertainment in the confines of the Hampton Hill Theatre. 686 more words

Reviews

The Greatest Show on Earth!

As the curtain is closing on the Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey Circus, we must celebrate Circus Day!  This holiday was established to celebrate the circus on their anniversary, May 19, 1884.   150 more words

Holidays

'Barnum' is a funny, feisty look at an American icon

BOSTON – As “The Greatest Show on Earth” – aka the Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus – prepares to take a permanent leave next month after 146 years of entertaining people all over the world, we are left to ponder the legacy of the men who joined forces to bring those three rings to life. 685 more words

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'Fraud' Examines Two Centuries' Worth of Hucksters and Swindlers

“There’s a sucker born every minute.” That adage–often wrongly attributed to legendary circus showman P.T. Barnum–was first uttered by Michael McDonald, who operated a gambling empire in nineteenth-century Chicago and knew a sucker when he saw one. 972 more words

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