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Môssieur Ballon's show takes place in front of a backdrop made entirely of balloons. It's a magical time filled with games, comedy, and storytelling, where balloons and children take center stage!

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Balloon Rainbow
 
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Closeup of a rainbow, part of a balloon backdrop used for a live performance.

Good Fun
 
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We like to joke around.

Comedy
 
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Môssieur Ballon's live performance!

Long-lasting scene
 
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Once the show is over, the balloon backdrop can stay in place to the delight of children young and old.

Balloon Backdrop
 
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Whatever backdrop Môssieur Ballon makes for his show, it's always entirely made in balloons!

Frog Mask
 
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Close up on another part of the balloon backdrop: a waterfront, foam, reeds, flowers and a frog mask. The frog mask isn't so much part of the show per se, but rather a prop used by the kids as part of the show.

Performance
 
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A balloon performance gives pause even to the older folk.

Guessing Games
 
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The kids answer guessing games for the chance to win balloon sculptures. 

Handing out balloon animals
 
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After the show, a distribution of simple balloon sculptures is organized for all the children who couldn't get one during the show. All those who want a balloon and wait in line get the chance to go home with a little keepsake.

Humor
 
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There's laughter...

Learning balloon modeling
 
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Teachable moments.

Interaction
 
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Interaction with the children, who completely take part in the show.

Games
 
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There are games...

Magic
 
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It's magic!

Elephant Mask
 
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Child wearing an elephant mask made in balloons.

Dog Mask
 
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Here, a girl wearing a balloon dog mask.

Frog Head
 
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Closeup on the balloon modeled frog mask.

Balloon Frog Mask
 
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The kids become leading actors in the roleplay that takes up part of Môssieur Ballon's show. The frog mask worn by one of the children is also completely made with balloons.

Mouse Mask
 
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Here, a kid wearing a mouse mask.

Music
 
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Music and dancing are also an integral part of the show.

Bird's Nest
 
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Close-up of a balloon backdrop: a bird's nest in a tree, clouds, the sun, a rainbow...

Five Minutes of Fame
 
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The children aren't just extras in this show: they take over the mic and get a spot in the limelight!

Balloon Twisting
 
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During the show, the children get the chance to win balloon sculptures. Some are very basic, others more elaborate.

Interactive Show
 
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It's a genuinely interactive show and the children actively participate in its proceedings.

Suspense
 
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There is suspense...

Volunteers
 
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There are a lot of volunteers, and they don't need to be asked twice.

The Princess and the Frog
 
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Two other children from the public get involved in the show and mime the the story of the Princess and the Frog, with the help of accessories entirely made with balloons.

The Princess and the Knight
 
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The backstage decoration can greatly vary... Here a castle made entirely with balloons (about 3000 of them) ! This prop is particularly addapted to the story of the Princess and the Knight... All right, all right... He used to be a Frog... but now, he is a Knight!

Puppets made with balloons
 
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The dimensions and configuration of this backstage decoration, a castle made with about 3000 balloons, is particularly well suited for a puppet show... to the great pleasure of the children who get completely involved in the story (hmm... "carried away" might better describe it sometimes...) by talking (shouting?) back and forth with the balloon characters.

Who Wants to get Balloons with Air ?
 
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A very popular moment of the show is the game "Who Wants to get Balloons with Air ?". It's very simple, Môssieur Ballon twists a balloon figure and gives it to the first child who can guess what it is before it is completely finished.

Another round of balloon twisting
 
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As usual afterwards, Môssieur Ballon twists balloons and gives quick sculptures to chidren who did not have the opportunity to win one during the show.

A closer look at the balloon puppets
 
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Here is a closer look at the balloon puppets. Of course... there is a villain and a hero.

 
 
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