Cirque Du Soleil's 'Totem' extends London run

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Cirque Du Soleil's 'Totem' extends London run

The infamous Cirque du Soleil has added an extra two weeks to their run at the Royal Albert Hall due to overwhelming demand from Londoners.

The show, 'Totem', is currently approaching it's 10th year of touring - tracing the fascinating journey of the human species through acrobatics, clowning, rollerskating and even flying. 

London Live spoke to Stage Manager David Sinclair and one of the roller skate performers, Massimo Medini, who performs his act with his wife, Denise Garcia-Sorta. 

'Totem' is on at the Royal Albert Hall from 12th January - 26th of February.

Photos credit: OSA Images / Costumes: Kym Barrett / ©2010 Cirque du Soleil Inc.

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