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Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, London4.47 reviews
Air Play premiering at the Southbank Centre this summer!

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Air Play premiering at the Southbank Centre this summer!

See the world through childlike eyes - as a comic adventure!

Watch flying umbrellas, giant balloons, kites floating over the audience and the biggest snow globe you’ve ever seen at the UK premiere of this show for all the family. Fly away with Air Play.

Air Play is the creation of Seth Bloom and Christina Gelsone, who met at a circus in Afghanistan. They got engaged while street performing in Scotland and then tied the knot in China. For this show they have collaborated with air sculptor Daniel Wurtzel and director West Hyler, both known for their work on Broadway and with Cirque du Soleil.

‘hardly your average clowns.’ (The New York Times)

‘Unpredictable, high level of energy, and still touching. An incredible mix!’ (Just for Laughs, Canada)

‘Warm-hearted, wordless, and lovely.’ (The Press, New Zealand)

Strictly limited to 8 peformances! Get your tickets now!


Additional Information

Age restriction

5+

Running time

TBC

Performance dates

9 - 14 August 2016, performance times 2pm & 7pm

Venue Information

Royal Festival Hall, Southbank CentreBelvedere Road, London, SE1 8XX

Customer Reviews

7 reviews4.4

Denise Fulgoni15th August

This performance was pure magic. The simple idea kept adults and children engaged for the full hour. Magical. Would be also really good to get the soundtrack. Cheers

Anne Rafter15th August

It was lovely. I didn't know what to expect but was delighted by the show. The children in the audience had a wonderful time and it was as much fun watching their reaction as watching the show itself!

Donna Hazeldene13th August

Good value for money my 7 year old loved the show and so did I , visually magical and also funny.

Marilyn Moseley11th August

Beautiful show- awe inspiring shapes, lovely music, you really relate to 2 characters, feel sympathy for them & laugh with them. We really enjoyed it- 2 adults, and one 7 year old. The 5 year old wasn't so captured by it & actually fell asleep-but she was very tired. A toddler in audience got frightened & cried so I don't think it is suitable for under 5's.

Valerie Smith11th August

Wonderful and colourful show. Simple idea but very effective and a lot of fun! My 8 year old grandson thought it was "cool and funny, and the technique of how they made things float was amazing." Go see it!

Anna Guest11th August

Good performance, I'm glad I managed to get discounted tickets as it is only 1hr long and full of babies and toddlers crying and talking throughout the performance even though guide age is 5+. My 6yr old enjoyed it.

Pamela Todd10th August

Lovely innocent hour of clowning and stunning visuals. Very clever and both kids and adults loved it.

Pien Wensing10th August

A beautiful performance with a little bit of everything, laughter, sadness, wonder and a sprinkling of magic. Children will love it, as well as adults who haven't forgotten what it is like to see the world through the eyes of a child. Marvelous.