Slava's Snowshow back in the UK
As part of the Southbank Centre's Winter Festival, one of the greatest living clowns, Slava Polunin returns to the capital. Anyone who has seen Slava's Snowshow will know that they will want to see it again at the Royal Festival Hall.
First seen in Britain in 1994, and having toured around the world with some 4000 performances to 3 million people in 120 cities across 30 countries, Slava's Snowshow is a theatrical phenomenon, populated by characters that embody the human condition. It will make you laugh and cry and create instantly memorable images before your very eyes. Life will never quite be the same after you've seen Slava's Snowshow.
They say that music is the universal language (and Slava's Snowshow uses music too), but clowning is equally universal. Don't miss it.
By Tube: to Waterloo
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