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Madame Saqui
French tightrope walker

Madame Saqui

Madame Saqui
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Intro French tightrope walker
Was Entertainer Circus performer
From France
Field Entertainment
Gender female
Birth 26 February 1786, Agde, canton of Agde, arrondissement of Béziers, Hérault
Death 21 February 1866, Neuilly-sur-Seine, canton of Neuilly-sur-Seine, arrondissement of Nanterre, Hauts-de-Seine (aged 80 years)
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Madame Saqui (born Marguerite-Antoinette Lalanne on February 26, 1786 in Agde, Hérault ; February 21, 1866) was a noted French tightrope walker or "rope dancer." For a time she had her own theatre, which she had re-decorated. She continued to perform into her seventies. In her day, she was something of a celebrity and is mentioned in the novel Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray.

In 1907, the French journalist Paul Ginisty wrote her biography: Mémoires d'un danseuse de corde : Mme Saqui (1786-1866) (text online at Gallica).

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