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‘You’ll be mesmerised from beginning to end’: KURIOS – Royal Albert Hall ★★★★★

In Circus, London theatre, Opinion, Other Recent Articles, Reviews by Caroline Hanks-FarmerLeave a Comment

The best advice I can give you for Cirque Du Soleil’s Kurios is, leave all sense of reality, understanding and logical explanation at the entrance of the Royal Albert Hall, for this visual spectacle defies and challenges all aspects of any logic or expectations you have, on every level.

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‘Certainly won’t leave anyone bored’: WONDERVILLE: MAGIC & CABARET – Wonderville Club

In Cabaret, Circus, London theatre, Opinion, Other Recent Articles, Reviews by Laura KresslyLeave a Comment

Fresh from a West End run several months ago, Wonderville has hunkered down to do its own residency at its own purpose-built venue at the former Planet Hollywood café in London’s Haymarket, a few minutes from Piccadilly Circus. Here for an open-ended run, there is a mix of magic and variety acts, playing on rotation.

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‘Showing pockets of life’: Shana Carroll on what it’s like to bring Canadian circus company The 7 Fingers’ latest show to the UK

In Circus, Features, Opinion, Other Recent Articles, Regional theatre, Touring by Katharine KavanaghLeave a Comment

This Autumn, the UK is the first stop for Canadian contemporary circus company, The 7 Fingers, with their international tour of Passagers. Travel is an integral theme to the show but, after nearly two years of a global pandemic, the idea of traveling seems a world away from what it was when director Shana Carroll started creating the production.