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The cream of the acrobatic crop is set to descend on Paris in just a few weeks to perform in the spirit of friendly competition, as the 2009 International Circus Festival of Tomorrow - or Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain - takes place.

In a bid to discover the finest stars of the future, young prodigies from schools as diverse as the Moscow State Circus, the Ecole Fratellini and the Knie Circus from Switzerland will take part in the event.

The show, now in its 30th year, presents those staying in Paris with the rare opportunity to watch the finest circuses in the world under one roof, as well as bear witness to the young stars that will go on to revolutionise the performing world in years to come.

According to the event's organisers, the diversity present in the show has always been the raison d'etre of the festival.

"It is a magnificent quest and it is ... our greatest happiness, endlessly," they state.

Due to take place in the Cirque Phenix, on the lawn of Reully 75012 between January 29th and February 1st 2009, the show is currently accepting advanced bookings for tickets, which are priced between €25 and €100.

For those venturing to French capital this January, LateRooms has 350 Paris hotels to choose from. There is a wide range of hotels to pick from which will satisfy all budgets.

Visitors that want to be ideally located in the heart of an historic district of Paris will be delighted to know, from £87 a 3 star double/twin room can be booked at the Classics Hotel Bastille. Another hotel to note is the Hotel Paris Rivoli which has standard doubles or twin rooms available from £108.

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