It’s back again this year again and we are going to see it this time!
The multi-international award-winning SLAVA’S SNOWSHOW returns to London’s Southbank Centre for a fifth consecutive Christmas season, playing the Royal Festival Hall from 16 December 2015 to 3 January 2016.
A combination of theatrical clowning and breath-taking visual effects, it is a show unlike anything you have ever seen before – a world of wonder, in which a bed becomes a boat, a web of cotton envelops the audience and one tiny piece of paper becomes a snowstorm that will, quite literally blow you away. SLAVA’S SNOWSHOW is a stunning spectacle, which combines the unbridled silliness of slapstick with visual extravagance and beauty, all of which has established its creator, Slava Polunin, as a creative genius of international acclaim.
In its 22 years, the show has been performed in 120 cities in 30 countries to more than 3 million spectators.
We love going to see shows and this one looks great because it’s a bit different to your conventional theatre experience. It’s not recommended for the very young although parents can use their discretion, but I think some aspects might be a little dark in parts. Children under 3 are not allowed.
SLAVA’S SNOWSHOW is produced at the Royal Festival Hall by Matthew Gale, Mark Goucher and Jenny King.