About Limbo

Booking to 17 August 2013
No longer booking

Following an international tour, LIMBO is back in London as part of London Wonderground, combining music, magic, dance and circus in one spellbinding show.

Limbo forms the highlight of this year’s London Wonderground season of cabaret, variety and comedy on the Southbank.

Taking audiences into a sinister, jaw-dropping netherworld, the show features gut-churning aerial acrobatics, nail-biting stunts and staggering illusions including word-swallowers, aerialists, heart-stopping illusionists, mind-benders, breathtaking dancers moves and thrilling live music.

Directed by Scott Maidment, and set to Sxip Shirey’s thrilling live scores of brass, electronics, hip-hop and club beats, take your seats ringside for the hottest party ever between heaven and hell.

“A wild conglomeration of traditional circus, acrobatics, gymnastics, dance, illusion and music all presented with utmost grace, skill and humour. Don’t miss it!” ★★★★★ Whatsonstage

“The international ensemble’s
 work is undoubtedly amongst the best in town” ★★★★ Time Out

“A spirit of devilish revelry” ★★★★ The 

“A thrilling new circus-cabaret extravaganza” ★★★★ Daily Telegraph

“Sexy and sensational… you can’t take your eyes off it” ★★★★ Sunday

“Set between heaven and hell, this LIMBO is a netherworld to die for” The Stage

“Chilling and thrilling… so close to the action you can smell the
 sweat” ★★★★ Metro

Theatre: London Wonderground at the Southbank Centre, Jubilee Gardens, off Belvedere Road, London, SE1 8XX


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Performance dates
Booking to 17 August 2013

Important Notes

Running Time: 1 hour 15 minutes; Latecomers may not be admitted.

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