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Mallakhamb India, featuring Rajesh Amrale with Rajesh Rao, wil star in La Soirée (Photo: Chris Gardner)

Mallakhamb India, featuring Rajesh Amrale with Rajesh Rao, wil star in La Soirée (Photo: Chris Gardner)

La Soirée announces new West End line-up

Robin Johnson

By Robin Johnson First Published 10 November 2017, Last Updated 24 November 2017

The award-winning and much-loved La Soirée has announced multiple new acts for its residency at the Aldwych Theatre this Winter, including a pair of awesome acrobats, an aerial hoop artist, the death-defying Chilly Brothers Cradle Act, and tension straps artist LJ Marles.

Playing from 24 November to 3 February 2018, and featuring fabulous cabaret performers from across the globe, the production is delighted to reveal the newest incarnation of La Soirée’s infamous dysfunctional family, as they revel in their posh new surroundings and make mischief in London’s glittering West End.

Get a sneak peek at the new cast in action below:

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Acts include Mallakhamb India!, featuring Rajesh Amrale and Rajesh Rao. Rarely performed outside of its homeland India, the amazing ancient art of Mallakhamb arrives on the West End stage, with this pair of awesome acrobats blowing audiences away with their extraordinary mix of unparalleled strength, sensational speed and spectacular skill.

The line-up also includes new La Soirée performers in six-time German Rhythmic Gymnastics Champion, Lea Hinz, who gives the aerial hoop a unique spin; home-grown Hackney talent Marles, who takes aerial straps to new heights; the darling dexterous Michele Clark on the hula hoop; hair-hanger Fancy Chance; hand-to-hand performers Leon Fagbemi and Klodi Dabkiewicz; and Symoné on the hula hoops.

The_Chilly_Brothers will star in La Soirée (Photo: Roland_Lorente)The_Chilly_Brothers will star in La Soirée (Photo: Roland_Lorente)

Returning favourites to the La Soirée family include the inimitable comic powerhouse Amy G, puppet cabaret performers Cabaret Decadense – rollicking, sassy, sexy and hilarious – and vaudevillian duo Daredevil Chicken Club.

Putting the Aldwych Theatre in a spin, La Soirée will transform this traditional theatre into an intimate cabaret club with La Soirée’s much-loved, in-the-round seating still in place. So step in from the cold, leave your troubles at the door and prepare to be charmed, astonished and electrified by the very loveable crème de la crème of the cabaret world…

Don’t miss the trailer below:

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La Soirée’s heady cocktail of intimate cabaret, comedy, circus sideshow and contemporary variety is more potent than ever and this promises to be their most daring line up to date.

Book your La Soirée tickets today! Age recommendation 17+.

A family friendly version of the show, La Petite Soirée, will also play at the Aldwych Theatre this Winter.

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