La Clique 2023

La Clique Tickets

Leicester Square Spiegeltent, London
Booking to 6 January 2024
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La Clique is back in London this Christmas 2023

The original, trailblazing, genre-defining cabaret show returns to London this Christmas at the Leicester Square Spiegeltent in the West End.

Born at the Edinburgh Festival in 2004 and subsequently travelling the world to international acclaim, La Clique is THE original Spiegeltent cabaret show that created a genre of its own with its award winning and superlative family of circus, cabaret and music performers and its unique and irreverent atmosphere. 

This year’s extraordinary acts include LJ Marles, who will once again astound audiences with his tension strap artistry, internationally renowned clown Tara Boom with her incredible foot juggling, David Pereira and his human body contortion, and vocal powerhouse and cabaret artiste Chastity Belt making her Leicester Square debut.

Step inside Underbelly’s majestic Spiegeltent in the heart of West End in Leicestre Square, surrounded by a festive Christmas market, for a uniquely La Clique night of the finest, funniest, phenomenal and awe inspiring cabaret. 

La Clique is playing at the Leicester Square Spiegeltent from 8 November 2023 to 6 January 2024.

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Who is in the cast of La Clique?

The cast and acts include Lj Marles, Tara Boom, David Pereira and Chastity Belt.

Who are the creative team of La Clique?

Created by David Bates.

Reviews of La Clique

★★★★ "A potent cocktail of sexy circus and music. Thoroughly entertaining" - Evening Standard
★★★★ "This alternative cabaret show is edgy, slick and wonderful" - The Times
★★★★★ "A triumphant return to the West End. Astonishing" - Theatre Weekly
★★★★ "Dazzling with wicked good humour" - The Stage

Show Information

Performance dates
Booking to 6 January 2024
Age restrictions
Running time
1 hour 50 minute (including interval)
Performance days
Evenings: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Performance information is for guidance only. Check booking calendar for details.

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Important Notes

This show is recommended for audiences 16+. It contains partial nudity, some adult themes, strobe & flashing lighting, danger, sass and strong language.

Venue Information

Leicester Square Spiegeltent, Leicester Square, London, WC2H 0AP
Nearest Tube or Train: Leicester Square (Northern line, Piccadilly line)
Nearest Buses: 14,19, 22, 24, 29, 38, 40, 176

Ticket Information

Official London Theatre tickets for  La Clique at the Leicester Square Spiegeltent, London

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News about La Clique

La Clique at the Leicester Square Spielgeltent – first look photos
First look photos have been released of the Olivier award-winning, ground-breaking cabaret show La Clique which is back in London for Christmas. This morning, Ukrainian Hoola Hoop artist and founding member of La Clique, Yuliia Pykhtina showcased off her incredible artistry with hoops while LJ Marles showed his unique and one of a kind tension strap skills alongside Aaron Marshall who defied gravity balancing on his hands. Montreal’s Cabaret Decadanse also showcased their incredible puppetry.  La Clique is now in previews at Leicester Square Spielgeltent and runs until 6 January 2024. Born at the Edinburgh Festival in 2004 and subsequently travelling the world to international acclaim, La Clique is widely regarded as THE original Spiegeltent cabaret show that created a genre of its own. With its award winning and superlative family of circus, cabaret and music performers as well as its unique and irreverent atmosphere, La Clique promises once again to be the highlight of the festive calendar as it makes it’s eagerly anticipated return for the fourth year.  This critically acclaimed, pulse-racing show features an award winning family of circus, cabaret and music performers as well as its irreverent, sexy atmosphere. The Leicester Square Spiegeltent sits at the heart of Underbelly’s Christmas in Leicester Square, which transforms the centre of the square into a festive destination, including outdoor bars, food vendors and traditional market stalls. Book tickets to La Clique at the Leicester Square Spiegeltent in London Photos: La Clique [ngg src="galleries" ids="1417" display="pro_tile"]
First Look Photos: La Clique at Leicester Square
Olivier Award-winning cabaret show La Clique returned to the Leicester Square Spiegeltent this week for another smash-hit Christmas season. Today, members of the La Clique cast took part in a photo shoot to promote the show. Acts performing at the photo call included Mikael Bres who brings his breath-taking Chinese pole act to the tent, Katherine Arnold and Hugo Desmarais who will blow audiences away with their aerial performances alongside Ashley Stroud who will fill the tent with her soulful singing. Variety, comedy and stunt performer Sam Goodburn returns to La Clique for his first winter season, whilst Jolie Papillon brings beautiful Burlesque back to London. Captivating umbrella foot juggling artist Tara Boom will also be joining for the first time.  With Christmas around the corner, La Clique is the world-renowned, hair-raising show to watch this festive season – La Clique is the awe-inspiring show that will blow audiences away night after night. La Clique is produced by Underbelly, a UK based live entertainment company that specialises in producing, programming and the creation of cultural events and festivals, and ground-breaking productions. Established in 2000 at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Underbelly has since produced shows and events in locations from theatres to roundabouts from London and Edinburgh to Asia. La Clique is booking to 7 January 2023 at Leicester Square Spielgeltent More about La Clique Tickets at the Leicester Square Spielgeltent in London [ngg src="galleries" ids="940" display="pro_tile"]
News Round-up: John Barrowman, La Clique, Breakfast at Tiffany’s
La Clique to move to the Roundhouse; Breakfast at Tiffany's to star Anna Friel; John Barrowman to join the cast of La Cage Aux Folles La Clique to move to Roundhouse   The hugely successful, Olivier Award winning burlesque show La Clique will reappear at the Roundhouse Theatre in Camden this Christmas after closing at the London Hippodrome on 27 June. Despite repeatedly extending its run at the London Hippodrome, La Clique is closing to allow the venue to be converted into a new £15 million casino complex. La Clique will begin in its new home - in what many consider to be the perfect venue for the show - from 19 November. Book tickets to see La Clique West End Breakfast At Tiffany's   Classic Hollywood film Breakfast At Tiffany's is to get the musical treatment in a major new stage production to open at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in September. Anna Friel (Pushing Daisies) will make her West End debut as Holly Golightly in the part immortalised by Audrey Hepburn on screen. Sean Mathias will direct the musical play and Oscar-winning song Moon River, penned by Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer for the original film, will be included alongside three new tunes. Playwright Samuel Adamson has adapted the Truman Capote story and the production will also star American actor Joseph Cross as Holly's friend William. Sean Mathias, whose current production of Waiting for Godot staring Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart is also playing at the Haymaket, is expected to oversee a whole season at the theatre. Possible future productions could include Gwyneth Paltrow starring in Chekhov's The Three Sisters. Barrowman to star in La Cage   TV and stage actor John Barrowman will join the cast of La Cage aux Folles at the Playhouse Theatre in London from 14 September. The Torchwood star will follow in Graham Norton's footsteps to play the central role of Albin, a glamorous drag queen on the Cote d'Azur. Winner of best revival at this year's Olivier Awards, Roger Allam currently starring in the role, with press reviews this week heralding his performance as "sensational" (Charles Spencer - The Telegraph) and "a joy to watch" (Time Out).

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