Δευτέρα, 6 Φεβρουαρίου 2012

Clowns mark Grimaldi Day at church in east London

Grimaldi Day: Holy Trinity church

Joseph Grimaldi, who died in 1837 and was the inventor of the modern clown, is remembered every first Sunday in February in a memorial service at Holy Trinity church in Dalston, east London. Clowns in full dress-up descend on the church to pay their respects. The service is now in its 66th year, and is followed by a clown show for children

Grimaldi Day: clown entertains congregation

Grimaldi Day: clown portraits

Grimaldi Day: leaving the church

Grimaldi Day: order of service

Grimaldi Day: clown at the church

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