SOHO: Circus, street dance & theatre Tickets
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World premiere of SOHO by Stufish at the Peacock Theatre!
Exhilarating, unexpected and fast paced, SOHO is a thrill ride of circus, street and theatre in this anything goes voyeuristic trip around the streets of Soho – London’s world famous district.
An astonishingly talented cast celebrate the stylish and the sleazy with jaw-dropping circus, soaring aerial performances and stunning projections from global rock and roll design giants, Stufish.
An iconic soundtrack evokes the changing times from 50’s burlesque to the peace and love of the 60s and from 70’s punk to 90’s rave, exploring every inch of this scintillating square mile.
Discover for yourself the allure of SOHO. It’s not just a place, it’s a state of mind…
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Running time1 hr 50 mins (including one 20 min interval)
Performance dates6 - 20 May 2017
ContentUnder 5s are not admitted to this event.
Pawel Gorecki15th May
Amazing show and easy way to buy tickets .Recommended.
Fantastic show, the cast were supberb, talented, fit & enduring. A very enjoyable ride through 24hrs in London.
daniel lobodzinski12th May
The best amaizing madness
Helen Jenner11th May
I think the show was very diverse and offered a bit of everything. You could hear the crowd cheer and applause throughout each stunt. Gave 4 starts as I believe everything can be improved, otherwise very good show. You won't leave feeling disappointed.
Loved this show! So creative and with amazing performers doing incredible acrobatics and street dance. Go and see it!
Steven Hall8th May
I thought this was a superb show, my first dance production for some time and a great way to get reacquainted! It had an Interesting narrative and wonderful performances. The set design was ingenious, and diversity of music impressive. It really conveyed a sense of place for me. Loved it!