Some of the artist’s taking part in the limited Christmas season return of La Soirée at the Southbank Centre have been announced. With a mixture of old favourites and brand new acts, the show will feature world class acts from across the globe.

Crowned winner at this year’s Olivier Awards for Best Entertainment, as well as just back from a world tour, the cabaret show is returning to London for its sixth season in the capital.

The English Gents. Image by Sean Young (3).jpg
The English Gents. Image by Sean Young.

The show will be taking up residency at the La Soirée Spiegeltent as part of the Southbank Centre from the 27th October until the 17th January 2016.

Some of the acts taking part in this season’s residency include: The English Gents, Mooky, Hamish McCann, Asher Treleaven, Mario Queen of the Circus and Captain Frodo – with more artists yet to be announced.

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Asher Treleaven. Image by Matt Hoyle.

This hit show has seen more than 75 artists taking their place on stage across five continents, with over 150 acts between them.

La Soirée’s family is ever expanding and has continued to wow both the public and the critics no matter where they go.

So get ready to leave your troubles at the door and prepare to be amazed by some spectacular acts from the cabaret world!

Here is a brief introduction to some of the acts so far announced:

The English Gents: Denis Lock and Hamish McCann mix English wit with amazing acrobatics that proved popular when they performed at the Royal Variety Show.

Mooky: the Canadian born Mooky Cornish is best known for her physical comedy acts and is considered to be one of the funniest ladies working on the international circuit today.

Asher Treleaven: as one of Australia’s most critically acclaimed comedians, Asher Treleaven mixes physical comedy with socially responsible banter that has led him to winning awards and nominations along the way.

Mario Queen of the Circus: a showman of unbelievable talents, whose skills include (but not limited to) juggling and riding a unicycle but also has an ability to get the most intimate of places turned into an atmosphere that rivals a rock concert.

Captain Frodo: as the son of a Norse magician, Captain Frodo has graced the stage since he was four years old. He is famed for his bending, contorting act that sees him manipulating his body into shapes that are as incredible as they are unnatural.

La Soirée appears at the Southbank centre from the 27th October until 17th January 2016.

To buy ticket visit: Theatre Tickets


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