Cirque du Soleil - Alegria - Tickets On Sale
Step into the light with Cirque du Soleil’s most iconic production Alegria: In a New Light, playing at the Royal Albert Hall for a limited season.
Now celebrating its 30th anniversary, this all-time classic has been reimagined for a new generation to fall in love with. It will whisk audiences away to a mystical world sprinkled with visual poetry and acrobatic extravagance.
At the heart of a once-glorious kingdom that has lost its king, Alegría: In a New Light witnesses the power struggle at play between the old order and the youth in strive for hope and renewal.
As the court jester clumsily tries to take the throne, a growing desire for change emerges from the street to defy the status-quo and bring joy to the world.
With its Grammy-nominated soundtrack, mesmerising acrobatics, surreal costume designs, vibrant sets, and playful humour, Alegría: In a New Light unfolds a touching immersive experience filled with a joyous magical feeling – a quintessential Cirque du Soleil spectacle suitable for all the family.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION : Contains loud noises, some dark scenes and flashing lights that may cause difficulties for people with photosensitive epilepsy.
The Royal Albert Hall is situated in South Kensington, London, United Kingdom.
The construction of the Royal Albert Hall was completed in 1871. It was officially opened by Queen Victoria.
The venue is named after Prince Albert, the husband of Queen Victoria, who played a key role in its establishment.
The dress code can vary depending on the type of event. While there is no strict dress code, some events may have a more formal atmosphere.
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