Naturally, The Flying Circus does not use wild animals.
That would be foolish. Wild animals get airsick, they prefer terra firma.
It is no show when they suffer vertigo.
The Flying Circus has a somewhat different role to play than those circuses one finds floored.
It is well-adapted for that.
The Flying Circus does offer a carousel ride to those patrons who wish to spin – and fly.
Most of them do. The high-speed rotation keeps them on their horses.
It is a carousel of horses. Hand-crafted, hand-painted, wooden. Antique.
Any carousel in The Flying Circus is original. Unique.
They did not make duplicates when quality counted.
The Flying Circus bought its carousel with care, it took some time to find the right one.
The Flying Circus has an advantage. It is not tied down. There are no ropes, strings.
It moves on the whims of the wind.
The wind is a kind carrier, despite those whims, fancies.
It keeps turbulence in hand. It lends its force to lift.
It chooses not to fixate on what The Flying Circus rehearses.
That is not wind-business. It is wind-work, but not wind-business.
Circus patrons pay their dues at the door before take-off.
That frees them to partake of the circus fare without interruption.
It is the kind of show that requires concentration.
It can last for hours.
From time to time, The Flying Circus changes its schedule.
The patrons do not get perplexed. They are known for their flexibility.
Adaptability. They are ready whenever the show gets going.