Event: Cirque Du Soleil - Luzia

Cirque Du Soleil – LUZIA tickets at Royal Albert Hall, London

Royal Albert Hall, London
Booking to 27 February 2022
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The intermission is over: Cirque du Soleil will reopen their dazzling luminous spectacle, LUZIA, at the Royal Albert Hall in January 2022.

Featuring Cirque du Soleil’s mind-blowing signature acts, and returning to London after record-breaking previous seasons, LUZIA is an unforgettable spectacle for all ages. Don’t miss this spectacular show at the iconic Royal Albert Hall.

 Cirque Du Soleil – Luzia is booking until 27 February 2022 at the Royal Albert Hall, London.

What is Cirque Du Soleil – Luzia about?

A waking dream of Mexico dawns upon the auditorium at the Royal Albert Hall.

Inspired by the light, spirit and rain of the Americas, escape on a surreal, colourful journey through an imagined land, where exploration is at the heart of everything happens.

From a tropical jungle to the seaside, see the traditional and the contemporary collide together in a collage of miscellaneous styles, genres and cultures where possibilities are limitless.

Who is in the Cirque Du Soleil – Luzia London cast?

There will be 19 acts that take to the stage throughout the performance. These include performers hoop diving while on treadmills, hand balancing at a great height and clown scuba diving.

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Reviews of Cirque Du Soleil - Luzia

★★★★ "Spectacular and thrilling" - The Stage
★★★★ "Sometimes bigger really is better.. a show full of heart-stopping skill, dreamy lyricism and visual whimsy" - The Guardian
★★★★ "From balancing acts to skilled tumblers jumping through hoops dressed as birds, there are plenty of high-octane stunts for everyone" - WhatsOnStage
"The splendour and scale of the venue elevates the epic, dreamlike quality of the action.... An event worth shelling out for!' - The Telegraph
"This Mexico-themed show is one of the Montréal circus giant’s strongest" - TimeOut
★★★★  Average review score

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Show Information

Performance dates
Booking to 27 February 2022
Age restrictions
Children under 2 are permitted to attend seated on a parent/guardian’s lap. Children aged 2 or over must have a ticket for their own seat. All customers aged 14 years or below must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or over.
Running time
2 hours 15 minutes (including interval)

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Important Notes

The show starts on time and latecomers are admitted only during a suitable break in the performance or at the discretion of the Head Usher. Late-coming wheelchair-users can only be admitted at the intermission.

Venue Information

Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP
Nearest Tube or Train: South Kensington (District, Piccadilly, Circle)
Nearest Buses: 9, 10, 52, 70, 360

Ticket Information

Official London Theatre tickets for  Cirque Du Soleil - Luzia at the Royal Albert Hall, London

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News about Cirque Du Soleil - Luzia

Cirque do Soleil files for bankruptcy protection amid ongoing pandemic
Canadian based entertainment company Cirque du Soleil has filed for bankruptcy protection whilst it restructures and puts together a plan to restart operations following the coronavirus pandemic. In March, the company was forced to suspend 44 shows worldwide, furloughing 4,679 employees, or 95 percent of its global workforce. At the time Daniel Lamarre, president and CEO of the Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group, said "We’re deeply saddened by the dramatic measures taken today, as the temporary layoff includes many hardworking, dedicated people. Unfortunately, this decision is our only option as we are forced to position ourselves to weather this storm and prepare for eventual re-openings." As of 29 June, Cirque du Soleil also disclosed that it has entered into a court-supervised purchase agreement with its existing shareholders - TPG, Fosun and Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec - and Quebec debt holders to acquire the company's assets with a combination of cash, debt and equity. Terms of the new purchase deal were not fully disclosed but will include a $20 million-dollar fund to support almost 3,500 employees who have been laid off. This will affect performers and staff working on shows worldwide, with the exception of those employed on resident shows in Las Vegas and Orlando, which are expected to restart performances before its other productions. The proposed purchase agreement will also see $300 million of liquidity injected into the restructured business to allow a restart of the Cirque du Soleil global empire. On the proposed new deal, Lamarre said "For the past 36 years, Cirque du Soleil has been a highly successful and profitable organization. However, with zero revenues since the forced closure of all of our shows due to COVID-19, management had to act decisively to protect the company’s future”. The agreements would "provide a path for Cirque to emerge from CCAA [bankruptcy] protection as a stronger company". "The robust commitment from the sponsors – which includes additional funds to support our impacted employees, contractors and critical partners, all of whom are important to Cirque’s return – reflects our mutual belief in the power and long-term potential of brand. I look forward to rebuilding our operations and coming together to once again create the magical spectacle that is Cirque du Soleil for our millions of fans worldwide," he said. The cancelled shows in Las Vegas include O at the Bellagio, KA at MGM Grand, The Beatles LOVE at the Mirage, Mystere at Treasure Island, Zumanity at New York-New York and Michael Jackson ONE at Mandalay Bay. Cirque du Soleil shows in Austin; Chicago; Houston; New Orleans; Salt Lake City; Montreal; Boston; Tel Aviv; Meloneras, Spain; Munich; Costa Mesa, California; Denver; London; and the Australian cities of Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth were also cancelled.

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