Cirque du Soleil: TOTEM

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  1. London welcomes TOTEM another spectaculur Cirque du Soleil production to Royal Albert Hall. Through aerial acrobatics, dance, Russian bars and even on roller skates performers illustrate the story of the birth and evolution of the world. Inspired by legends from ancient civilization and by science, TOTEM follows the journey of humans from amphibian stage to our desire to fly, linking Man to all living species.
    Kym Barrett designed costumes rich in texture and color based on nature yet highlight the body and its glorious movements. TOTEM was written and directed by legendary Canadian artist Robert Lapage, his second Cirque show. In 1984 Cirque du Soleil began as a small troupe of street performers and today produces 22 world renown shows.
    Showing through February 17
    available online for £20-£90
    Hoop Dancer in TOTEM (image by Daniel Desmarais / Circque du Soleil)
    (thumbnail image by Daniel Auclair/ Cirque du Soleil)

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  2. ag51
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    ag51 Silver Member

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    What an odd post - the show closes in a week, and is pretty much sold out until then.

    If anyone is interested, this show is coming back to the Royal Albert Hall in London for another season next year (starting 5 January 2012) - presale tickets for Cirque Club members are on sale now via, with prices being held at the same level as this year
  3. Rambuster
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    I saw the show on Tueday night.
    We were guests in a Grand Circle Box and the show was spectacular !
    Dinner was served before the show at the Prince of Wales Suite.

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