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Royal de Luxe is a French mechanical marionette street theatre company. They were founded in 1979 by Jean Luc Courcoult. The company has performed in France, Belgium, England and Chile.

Gigantic puppets

The Sultan's Elephant, a story about a time-travelling girl, which has taken place in a few cities including London in May 2006 and uses gigantic puppets. The Sultan's Elephant is the fifth in a series using giant puppets. The others are:

  • The giant falls from the sky
  • The giant falls from the sky, last voyage
  • Return to Africa
  • The giraffe hunters
  • The hidden rhinoceros

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