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No clowning around for Newry physio who keeps Cirque du Soleil performers flying high

As Irish audiences prepare to crawl inside the world of OVO, Cirque du Soleil's touring production which celebrates nature and the movement of life, Jenny Lee finds out more about it and how its cast of 50 performing artists keep in shape, from the show's Newry-born physiotherapist Roisin McNulty

One of the stunning aerial acts in Cirque du Soleil's OVO
 
How would you describe Cirque du Soleil's OVO show? OVO is a show that is immersed in the world of nature and insects, telling a simple love story between a ladybug and a fly. There are great [...]

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