Touring since time forgotten, the remains of Alfonso Milano, now skeletal and all but wasted away, continue to wander the land, driving on his circus of mechanical freaks, pulled by his long suffering, scooter riding assistant.
The caravan that he pulls behind him bears testament to the many eras that they have seen: patched up and repaired, medieval cart wheels, Victorian steam chimneys and modern day technology blend together to trace the shows path through time and space.
Shooting 10ft jets of fire from roof and bubbles from the rear chimney this is a treat for both day or after dark events.
Performing on the travelling stage are the ‘Trans Essex Gypsy Brassware Band’, a kitchen scene of culinary equipment comes to life without warning, revealing their secret life as an itinerant brass band, entertaining the assembled crowd with music, dance and jets of fire, then just as quickly returning to their normal existence, static and silent… .
The wagon rolls on….