Cirque du Soleil’s Amaluna

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, Kensington Gore, Kensington, London 51.501267 -0.177541
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Shows at: 3 PM, 3.30 PM, 7.30 PM, 8 PM (depending on the day)
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Cirque Du Soleil Amaluna

Cirque du Soleil returns to the Royal Albert Hall with their latest show — Amaluna -- in which the world-famous circus troop mix death-defying acrobatics with aerial stunts and choreographed dance moves.

Set in a world full of dancers, contortionists and trapeze-artists, it celebrates the role of women in the world, with the majority of the band and cast taken up by female performers.

 

Got a question? – Talk about Cirque Du Soleil Amaluna

 Guest – “How long is the show?”

Admin – “Here you go:Doors open 1:45 PM -- Show starts 2.30 PM -- Show ends 4.45 PMDoors open 2:15 PM -- Show starts 3 PM -- Show ends 5.15 PMDoors open 2:45 PM -- Show starts 3.30 PM -- Show ends 5.45 PMDoors open 6:15 PM -- Show starts 7 PM -- Show ends 9.15 PMDoors open 6:45 PM -- Show starts 7.30 PM -- Show ends 9.45 PMDoors open 7:15 PM -- Show starts 8 PM -- Show ends 10.15 PM”

 
 

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