I'm a massive Cirque du Cabaret fan and I've never tired of seeing them. I saw them at Leicester Square Theatre in April and I saw them twice over the summer this year on the Southbank. Totally captivating shows! All the acts are great. The Japanese lady with the fire swords is a particular highlight - I've never seen another act like it! Really looking forward to the December 20th show!! I know they change acts around to keep offering something new for the audiences but I hope they bring back that blonde Marilyn Monroe type for the finale in December. She does a total show stopping burlesque act, and she's amazing!! I definitely rate Cirque du Cabaret 5 stars!
Cirque du Cabaret
Until Fri Aug 8
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Feb 6 2013
Burlesque, cabaret, circus and music from the longstanding cabaret company.
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I've caught this show a couple of times and have always had a brill time. Different acts every time and always entertaining.
Here is Cirque du Cabaret latest video - we hope you enjoy and look forward to seeing you all on December 20 in Leicester Sq theatre Thanks to all our amazing performers and audience members who have supported us over the past 10 years Friday Dec 20th Doors 9.30pm for 10pm start http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOakm2PaMv8&feature=share&list=UUAsYDnikhZrndD3tgVjIT-w
My girlfriend and I loved it-very professional acts and sexy atmosphere! Bit of something for everyone here.
We went to this show as part of my friends 40th Birthday Celebrations. The venue was a bit shabby, with very little atmosphere partly as there wasn't many people there, but the show started off well enough. A good 'host' and a three or four professional and funny acts. About half an hour in we had a break of 15 mins and then on went the show. Again, not bad, but after 30 mins, the show was over. The first question we asked was 'is that it?' We almost couldn't believe it. Not good value for a show that lasts an hour, when you consider tickets are £20 and £25 with a booking fee. Not the evening of entertainment we had expected, and I think my friend was slightly embarrassed, since she'd got us to all come along, by how short the show was. I'd avoid-much better value burlesque shows are available elsewhere.