Mirabilia is not only an international festival of circus and performing arts.

Every year awareness and attention grow, the public  follows us, in our journey to discover new perspectives of contemporary creation.
We can host more and more contemporary shows, counting on the welcoming of this territory.

Mirabilia does not program shows tout court, but along with many Italian and international artists and programmers build strategies to support the creation throughout the year, programming world and italian premieres, otherwise impossible to host in Italy.
Unreleased performances, sometimes fragile, not to be missed.


Mirabilia 2014 led to Savigliano and Fossano 49 companies, 230 artists, more than 100 professionals from 15 different countries (Belgium, Italy, Canada, Spain, France, Germany, Argentina, Japan, Chile, Brazil, Sweden, the Netherlands, Kazakhstan, Slovakia and Croatia), more than 550 overnight stays.

The locations of the shows were 19, between the two cities: the weekend shows went always sold out. An estimated of 80,000 total admissions in Fossano and Savigliano within 5 days of programming and over 5000 tickets sold.

14 local businesses involved in the production, 20 technicians, 15 people involved in the organization, reception and press office, about 50 porters, 20 trainees volunteers, 5 drivers who have made 120 transfers to and from the 66 flights on Levaldigi Caselle, Malpensa and Linate. 30 bicycles that the festival has provided to the staff as oil free as possible.


From 2013 to 2017 Mirabilia is one of six co-organizers and platforms along with Theatre de la Cité International in Paris in the project CircusNext and European Pole Circus of Italy from 2013 to 2017.

Abroad, the festival is part of many networks like R.I.R. Cirquit Regionel Cirque et Arts de la Rue, Circus Next, Trans-Mission and TransAtlanCirque.

Over the years, the interest and collaboration with Italian and foreign organizations and institutions has grown a lot, especially with the Piedmont Region, the Province of Cuneo, the Cuneo Tourist Company, the Association Terre dei Savoia, the FNAS (National Federation of Street Arts), the PACA region (Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur), the Government of Catalonia, the Institut Ramon Llull and the ICIC (Catalan Institute of Cultural Industries), the European Community.