The smash hit show will return to London in November and it will run in the Spiegeltent based in Leicester Square from the 11th November until the 8th January 2017. 

Featuring a line up of world-class acts from around the world, La Soiree invites audiences back into its unique world. This is the seventh season that the show has visited London over the festive period.

The line up includes familiar faces such as Ursula Martinez, The English Gents, Hamish McCann’s pole act and  last year’s show-stopper Denis Lock’s bubble act. This year’s season will also include new and exciting talent.

La Soiree will be shown at its new home at the Spiegeltent in Leicester Square, with further acts yet to be confirmed.

Ursula Martinez, who has delighted and charmed audiences with her renowned hanky trick for the last 20 years will be hanging up her hanky for the last time in January. This is the last opportunity for audiences to see one of the founding members of La Soiree performing her unique trick.

Brett Haylock, who is presenting La Soiree alongside Mark Rubinstein and Mick Perrin said: “A little over ten years ago La Soiree, then known as La Clique, landed in London at the Hippodrome in Leicester Square. After a wonderful year we moved on and ever since the show has roamed London, setting up camp in a variety of places. Finally, however, we decided it was time to come home. So we are pitching a tent (literally) on the doorstep of our former base in the middle of Leicester Square and bringing our variety of twisted, saucy entertainment back to the centre of town!”

This stunning cabaret show has now had 75 artists on its stage, performed in 25 cities and across five continents .

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La Soiree will perform in the Spiegeltent in Leicester Square from the 11th November until the 8th January 2017. To book tickets visit: Discount Theatre.com, Theatre Tickets Direct.co.uk, Theatre People.com and UK Tickets.co.uk

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