Siobhan from the Official London Theatre team and her friend Kandace went to check out Britain’s biggest theatrical circus, Cirque Berserk!, as it returned #BackOnStage in the West End last week and said it had the complete “wow” factor.
Having performed throughout the UK and internationally, and becoming a firm-favourite at Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland and Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the spectacular show is back by popular demand and will certainly entertain, amaze and keep you on the edge of your seat!
Playing at the Garrick Theatre for a limited time until 11 September, the record-breaking show brings to the West End a renowned international team of thirty acrobats, aerialists, dancers and daredevil stunt men, all of whom are ready to stun you with both the traditional-style circus acts that we all know and love as well as brand new contemporary artistry that will blow your mind.
The adrenaline-fuelled stunt action will keep your jaw-dropping throughout while the legendary high-speed motorcycle Globe Of Death is nail-biting entertainment as its finest. And with moments of humour thrown in for good measure, this death-defying and outright gripping show is a must-see for all ages. If you’ve seen the show before, you’ll be pleased to know that the West End revival will feature some of the most popular acts as well as some brand new ones, so you’re in for a real treat!
Leaving the theatre, Siobhan said: “The best thing about the show was the WOW factor and that we were surrounded by people from 5 years-old to 80+. The fact it was non-verbal also made it much more accessible. They had a standing ovation after which was a true testament to people welcoming every performers skills and that they had come worldwide to a London stage – it was a really fun night.”
To find out more about our experience at Cirque Berserk!, check out our video and book your tickets to see this thrilling show before it closes on 11 September.
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