Limbo

Circuses

West End

London Wonderground

Until Sun Aug 17

  • © David Solm

    'Limbo'

  • © David Solm

    'Limbo'

  • © David Solm

    'Limbo'

© David Solm

'Limbo'

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  • Name:

    London Wonderground

  • Address:

    London Wonderground Southbank Centre
    Belvedere Rd
    London
    SE1 8XX

  • Categories:

    Theatre. Circuses. Cabaret. West End

Limbo 2014

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Henri C

Excellent multi talented cast & band! Loved the funky tuba, beat boxing, accordian music & all the acts were great, way too difficult to pick a favourite! Loved it! Consider paying a little extra for tickets so you don't have to join the massive queue outside..

idamonster

Loved it! High energy, loads of fun, amazing feats and strength and skill and all accompanied by excellent music. From the start, you just get right into it and it's a full-on circus experience but without any of the cheesiness. It's scary, exciting, funny, impressive, lively and really well put-together. Highly recommended.

Lexi Brown

This is one of the best shows I've seen in London this year and well worth the ticket price. The show starts off with a contagious energy, which carries through right until the end putting a smile on your face for the rest of the evening. The circus acts which resulted in lots of crowd pleasing ooohs and ahhhs and the odd gasp at the freakishly flexible contortionist. The circus acts mixed with burlesque and comedy kept you fixated for the entire hour and half show. There is a brilliant live band that plays throughout the show and keeps the upbeat rhythm to the show flowing. The venue is great, although pretty tricky to find and the lack of 3G / phone signal made it pretty tricky to ring for directions! It's tucked away, sort of set back from the south bank, wedged between the London Eye and South Bank Centre, directly next to the The Ride Emporium.