Cirque Du Soleil return to The Royal Albert Hall

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Cirque Du Soleil return to The Royal Albert Hall

Cirque du Soleil is back in London and it’s everything you would expect, from a swinging trapeze, to a wheel of death to a 'heart-in-your-mouth' double high-wire act on bicycles.
The essence of the show combines the age-old circus traditions of acrobatics and the art of clowning. 
KOOZA showcases the amazing talent of the acrobats and what the human body can do when pushed to the limits.
Usually performed in a big tent, it's now back at the Royal Albert Hall for a second year.
The company has praised for its "extraordinary history and symbolism," saying the show fits perfectly in the round stage of the hall. 
There are contortionists, acrobats, trapeze artists and performers balancing on the wheel of death... This is definitely not the sort of thing you should try at home.

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