La Soirée

Rollerblading and inline skating

Off-West End


Until Sun Jan 29 2012

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<strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>5</span>/5

User ratings:

<strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>3</span>/5
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2.2 / 5

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  • 1 star:4
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I liked the show. It was funny, music was great and entertainment was good enough for Sat night. Don't know what people are moaning about-did you really expect to clap your hands at some magician taking rabbits out of his hat? This is not that kind of a show. At least I wasn't lazy to check the information before buying the tickets, so I knew exactly what to expect. There wasn't any disappointment. Loved it.

a cameron

altogether amateur and utterly embarassing. where DOES this audience come from to clap and cheer at such vulgarity, not to mention the mimed singing performed at a rate of decibels to cause permanent deafness. cruise booze entertainment at its lowest - this is NOT anything like cirque de soleil - do not make our mistake. WALKED OUT. Terrible.


Lame show, black humor, nice acrobatics, but that's it. Nothing special, I'd better go and watch Cirque du Soleil third time.


Don't go expecting to see the acts that garnered the five star reviews as they've all been shipped off to Sydney to impress the critics over there. What's left is extremely disappointing. Le Gateau's replacement in particular - his excessive screeching is embarrassingly unfunny. A few delightful highlights, but generally a big let down.


We went to a show and was slightly disappointed. The show reminded me of a school drama performance. Except for an "English man"(the name of the character) on a pole, everyone else was slightly unprofessional. The hoola-hoop lady dropped her hoola-hoop and it went sraight into the audience, mime version of Natalie Imbruglia's 'Torn' that's such an old stuff and blunt jokes... Anyway, I wouldn't recommend it to my friends.