Cirque du Soleil Amaluna is visiting London for the second time as part of the yearly Cirque du Soleil visit to the Royal Albert Hall. Cirque du Soleil at the Royal Albert Hall has bought us many incredible productions, including Cirque du Soleil Kooza and Cirque du Soleil Quidam. The newest Cirque show to be swinging, soaring and tumbling into the cavernous Royal Albert Hall will be Amaluna, the tale of the island goddess, Prospera.
Prospera is the queen of the many goddesses that inhabit the island and, guided by the cycles of the moon, she governs the land and the sea. As her daughter reaches maturity, Prospera must pass on the wisdom and values of her ancestors in a glorious coming-of-age ceremony that celebrates femininity, renewal, rebirth and balance. However, these age-old patterns and cycles are disrupted by an almighty storm that brings many changes to the island; among them is the potential of a blossoming romance.
As with many Cirque du Soleil shows, it is the movement of the actors and the artists that is the focal point of the production. Audiences will have their breath taken away by death-defying stunts, tantalising tricks and mind-blowing acrobatics. By harnessing the unbelievable talent of the performers and by creating lavish costumes and props, Cirque du Soleil manages to convey a rich and meaningful story.
On a Cirque du Soleil London break, you can expect an evening of unbelievable entertainment, followed by a luxurious hotel stay. We accommodate for all budgets and tastes, carefully selecting our hotels on the basis of their value, service, style and comfort. If you can’t find what you want on our website, give us a call and we would be happy to arrange your Cirque London break over the phone.
Some reviews from the tour of the USA
“On This Magical Island, Women Rule: ‘Amaluna,’ a Cirque du Soleil Extravaganza” – New York Times
“Cirque’s ‘Amaluna’ is a seductive, magical whirlwind” – Boston Globe
“The show is replete with subtle, intelligent nods to creation myths and Shakespeare (especially "The Tempest" and "Midsummer Night's Dream")” – Denver Post
Tuesday to Saturday at 8pm, Sundays at 7.30pm, and matinee performances on Saturday (3.30pm) and Sunday (3.00pm)
Running time - 2 hrs 10 mins
Booking until - 26/02/2017