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About Cirque du Soleil - Kurios

Discover the magic of Cirque du Soleil at the European premiere of Kurios at the Royal Albert Hall.

The Cirque du Soleil - Kurios entertainment show shines a light on the Victorian era, a time of great inventions and social developments. During the Victorian era, Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, electric lighting was becoming more common, and the general public began to travel on underground railways. But how could people discover new ideas? For one Seeker in Cirque du Soleil, it’s all about closing your eyes and finding a world of opportunity.

In the Seeker’s cabinet of curiosities, crazy ideas and grand dreams are waiting to be explored. Join the Seeker as they unearth new creatures and characters to unlock a wondrous future.

Cirque du Soleil began performing at London's Royal Albert Hall in 1997, and have staged 12 separate shows over the quarter century. Kurios marks a development in Cirque London shows — the Royal Albert Hall now boasts permanent steelworks in order to accommodate a larger variety of acts.

Cirque du Soleil started small in 1979 when professional firebreather Guy Lalibert collaborated with producer Gilles Ste-Croix and organiser Daniel Gauthier were granted money to stage a production based on Jacques Cartier's discovery of Canada. They performed under the name 'Le Grand Tour du Cirque du Soleil'. Now, Cirque du Soleil are the largest circus producer, with 19 Cirque shows worldwide, all showcasing death-defying stunts.

How long is Cirque du Soleil - Kurios?

The Cirque du Soleil - Kurios running time is two hours and 10 minutes, including a 25-minute interval. Matinee performances begin at 11:30am, 3:00pm, and 3:30pm. Evening performances begin at 7:30pm and 8:00pm.

What does Cirque du Soleil mean?

The French-named company Cirque du Soleil translates to “Circus of the Sun” in English. Cirque du Soleil is a Canadian-based entertainment company and the largest circus producer in the world.

Run time

2 Hours

Start date

January 13th, 2023

End date

March 5th, 2023

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Cirque du Soleil - Kurios cast and creative team

By: Michel Laprise, with advice by Guy Laliberté and Jean-François Bouchard
Director: Michel Laprise
Set: Stéphane Roy
Costume: Phillipe Guillotel
Lighting: Martin Labrceque
Sound: Jean-Michel Caron

Venue

Kensington Gore, London, United Kingdom, SW7 2AP

Directions

Location: Fringe/Off West End
Railway station: Victoria
Bus numbers: (Hyde Park Gate) 9, 10, 52, 70, 360
Night bus numbers: (Hyde Park Gate) 10, 452, N9, N52
Car park: Imperial College Campus (5mins)
Directions from tube: (15mins) Take Exhibition Road up to Prince Consort Road where you turn left; take the right leading you to Kensington Gore.

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