Silent Clown

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Silent Clown Donimo presents a stage show with comedy, magic and universal appeal. This whimsical and lovable character touches the hearts of audiences both young and old alike. Donimo leads the audience on a magical and delightful journey and leaves them enchanted and uplifted.

Donimo is connected with a timeless brand of comedy and entertainment that extends back to the great comics of the silent film era. Crossing the barriers of age and language his topsy- turvy logic and expressive face amuse and delight. With pathos and childlike innocence he performs outstanding feats with an air of surprise at his own daring. This innovative and artful comic combines movement theatre with magic, juggling tricks and pure charisma and captivates the entire audience without saying a word.

Donimo the silent clown is available for hilarious stage shows, festivals and corporate and special events, locally and globally.

Donimo’s career has spanned over 30 years.

Highlights include:

  • Appearances on prime time television (including Children’s Royal Variety Show, Wogan Show, BBC Going Live).
  • Celebrity Parties (including HRH Prince Charles, Sultan of Brunei, King Hassan of Morocco, royal family of Monaco).
  • International Festivals (including National Children’s Museum in Jordan, Monte Carlo international circus festival, Festival Mondialdu Cirque de Demain in Paris).
  • Supporting artist for (amongst others) Phil Collins, Rick Wakeman, Sir Cliff Richard, Stevie Wonder, Ken Dodd, and Cannon & Ball.
  • Production shows (including Cirque Balagan in Reno NV Cirque dreams tours USA, Cirque Surreal at the Edinburgh).
  • Tributes (including “Sons of the Desert Anniversary Celebration" in a tribute to Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy).

Awards include:

  • Central TV’s New Faces 1988 (finalist with the largest phone in public vote in the history of the series).
  • Gold Clown Award at the Comedy Arts Festival in Tianjin, China
  • Silver Medal from the prestigious Festival Mondialdu Cirque de Demain in Paris.

Charity Performances include:

  • Princes Trust
  • Queens Silver Jubilee Trust
  • British Red Cross
  • Great Ormond St. Hospital
  • National Parkinson Foundation
  • Comic Relief