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Slava’s Snowshow sledges back to London

First Published 16 March 2012, Last Updated 21 March 2012

No matter what the weather, the Olivier Award-winning stage spectacle Slava’s Snowshow will guarantee London has a white Christmas this year as it returns to the Royal Festival Hall from 17 December.

Slava Polunin’s show, which returns to the venue due to popular demand, will delight children and adults alike with its wintry snowstorms until 7 January.

Slava’s Snowshow combines clowns and theatre to create a magical, comical and touching family show which leaves the audience knee-deep in snow.

Inspired by artists such as Chaplin, Marcel Marceau and Engibarov, the Russian clown has achieved international recognition for Slava’s Snowshow, which has been performed in 30 countries worldwide.


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