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The Vintage Guide To London | November 18, 2017

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Comedy, circus and burlesque: Cirque du Cabaret

Cirque du cabaret

After a residency in Piccadilly’s famous Pigalle Club and more recently, a series of sell out shows at the 2012 Southbank Festival, this is Cirque du Cabaret’s first visit back in the West End – setting up shop in Leicester Square Theatre.

The longest running cabaret show in London – Cirque du Cabaret was created in 2003 by journalist and stylist Sara Colohan and has been travelling around London’s venues hosting residencies in the best supper clubs and theatres in town.

This new show will focus on comedy and circus, but will include a saucy burlesque turn or two from London’s finest performers. TV star David Armand will join burlesque sensation Banbury Cross and Sophia St Villier.

Cirque du Cabaret at Leicester Square Theatre
Saturday, 20th April 2013
Doors: 20:30
tickets: £20 and £25 from (call 08448 733433)