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Slava's Snowshow in London returns to the Royal Festival Hall for a fifth spectacular year!
The multi-international award-winning hit is now established as London's leading Christmas show, having delighted theatregoers around the world for over 20 magical years. The perfect treat for the holiday season, get cheap Slava's Snowshow tickets with lastminute.com and see this magical performance.
Slava's Snowshow is theatre like you've never seen before. Fun for the whole family, with breath-taking visual effects this incredible show sees the Royal Festival Hall filled with a heart-stopping blizzard of snow. Experience a beautiful dream-filled world that will touch both your heart and funny bone, building to a finale which will leave you literally knee deep in snow!
In the beginning, there was Assissiaï – Slava’s character. A clown with a number of faces. Then the idea was developed so that each facet of his persona was the foundation for a different character. This led to the formation of a troupe of clowns where each participant had a distinctive personality, yet was familiar and instantly recognizable to anyone in the audience. This mixture of characters became the Licedei theatre (“Those who make faces”).
During its 25 year history, the theatre became increasingly popular and loved amongst the Russian public and on national television by using clowning to depict the everyday absurdities of life. You can now see this unique show in London with our tickets for Slava's Snowshow.
Slava's Snowshow reviews have praised the show and its unique atmosphere. The Sunday Times described it as 'theatrical brilliance', while The Telegraph wrote that ‘without question, each flurry of activity is as beautiful as a snowflake.’ ‘Unmissable - a classic show of rare theatrical beauty’ said The Times, and The Independent declared it ‘Simply thrilling. An unforgettable comedy masterpiece.’
You can see Slava's Snowshow at the Royal Festival Hall in London, located on the banks of the River Thames. The Grade I listed Hall opened in 1951 as part of the Festival of Britain and is one of the world’s leading performance venues. The nearest tube stations are Waterloo and, across the river via the Jubilee Bridges, Embankment and Charing Cross.
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