Roll Up, Roll Up! 5 Awe-Inspiring Performances To See In London

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Roll Up, Roll Up! 5 Awe-Inspiring Performances To See In London

From balancing ballerinas to music made with rubbish bins, London really does have it all when it comes to entertainment. It’s often difficult to know where to look or what to look for, so we’ve selected a handful of spectacular performances that are guaranteed to blow you away.


1. Moscow State Circus

[Moscow State Circus]
The world famous circus is returning to the UK with its biggest and best performance yet. Their newest show is based on Russian folklore and tells the story of “the flower with seven colours” — where each of the petals represents a wish. It follows a magical journey to fulfilment and will feature some breathtaking acts, including a ballerina on a high wire and a 13-person springboard troupe. Buy your tickets here.

Clapham Common, Southside, 8A Windmill Drive, SW4 9DE


2. The Last Tango

[The Last Tango]
In a deeply moving performance, Strictly Come Dancing superstars, Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace, will be dancing their very last tango. (Well, probably not, but it’s the last time they’ll be performing in London). Their previous shows totally sold out, and this one is set to do the same. It’s in London for 10 weeks only, starting September 22, so grab your tickets now before they disappear! Buy your tickets here.

Phoenix Theatre, 110 Charing Cross Rd, WC2H 0JP


3. Stomp

Now celebrating 13 years in London, Stomp is the multi award-winning production that you absolutely must go and see. The performers use everything from bin lids to the kitchen sink to create an explosive rhythm that is guaranteed to amaze you. Trust us, you’ll be talking about it for years! Buy your tickets here.

The Ambassadors Theatre, West St, WC2H 9ND


4. Circus Show at Aeronaut

Expect the unexpected at this fantastic circus performance. They’ll be plenty of aerial acrobatics, hooping, jumping, juggling and dancing to keep you entertained. It’s nothing short of magical! Buy your tickets here.

264 High St, Acton, W3 9BH


5. Hooray Cabaret

[Hooray Cabaret]
Combining comedy and burlesque dancing in a fabulously entertaining performance, Hooray Cabaret brings you the best of the bunch, with appearences from the likes of Rubyyy Jones and Darren Walsh. It’s neo-burlesque like you’ve never seen before! Buy your tickets here.

MOTH Club, Old Trades Hall, Valette St, Hackney, E9 6NU

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