Last Chance to See Le Cirque Invisible + results of our kids design competition!

It’s the final few performances of our brilliant summer show, Le Cirque Invisible this weekend. For the past three weeks, the Queen Elizabeth Hall has been the home of legendary French performers Jean-Baptiste Thiérrée and Victoria Chaplin along with their menagerie of talented geese and bunnies. If you haven’t managed to catch Le Cirque Invisible yet, check out our trailer and book tickets here.
 

We’re also very excited to announce the winners of our ‘Design your own machine’ competition. In Le Cirque Invisible, Victoria and Jean-Baptiste use fantastic machines and contraptions made from unusual things. Have a look at the winning entries from our young inventors. And maybe even watch out for these machines in highstreet stores near you very soon!

Miracle Mechanical Hairdresser by Pearl, aged 7

The Musical Scooter by Walter, aged 5

The Big Speed Weed Machine by Constance, aged 9

 

Don’t miss out on Le Cirque Invisible running until Sunday 21 August at Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall. Get tickets here. 

Reviews and audience feedback for our summer show Le Cirque Invisible

There’s only one week to go of our beautiful summer show, Le Cirque Invisible. Here’s the Evening Standard’s review.
 

A circus of laughter lifts the mood
Crazy times in the captital demand a powerful tonic, so it is fortuitous that the fantastically whimsical Cirque Invisible has returned to Queen Elizabeth Hall. Last night, putting aside fears of a late return to lawless south London, we took the children to see the inspired silliness and surreal acrobatics of this manic two-person act.

Jean-Baptiste Thiérrée and Victoria Chaplin (daughter of Charlie) would be diverting at any time. But the howls of laughter seemed a blessed release from the past days’ tension. It’s so reassuring to have your mood improved by a clown with operatic kneecaps, a magic rabbit called Jean-Louis and a signing duck.

London Evening Standard

 
And here’s what some of our audiences have been saying about the show.
 

Courtesy of www.winkball.com

 

Don’t miss out on Le Cirque Invisible running until Sunday 21 August at Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall. Get tickets here. 

 

Sneak peak at our enchanting summer show Le Cirque Invisible

There are only a few short weeks until our enchanting summer show, Le Cirque Invisible opens at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. Blending magic, acrobatics and beautiful costumed transformations, this show has to be seen to be believed. Here’s a short video to whet your appetite!
 

 
Catch Le Cirque Invisible at Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall from 2 – 21 August 2011. Get tickets here. 

 

Early Bird Offer for Le Cirque Invisible ends Friday 8 July

Le Cirque Invisible – our beautifully enchanting summer show from French stars Victoria Chaplin (daughter of Charlie) and her husband Jean-Baptiste Thiérrée – comes to the Queen Elizabeth Hall in August for three weeks only.

We have a special early bird ticket deal with 20% off all full price tickets, but be quick as the offer ends on Friday 8 July at midnight!

Le Cirque Invisible

Catch Le Cirque Invisible at Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall from 2 – 21 August. Get tickets here.