Tickets for Cirque du Soleil’s KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities are on sale now


Cirque du Soleil’s KURIOS - Cabinet of Curiosities at the Royal Albert Hall
Tickets for Cirque du Soleil’s KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities at the Royal Albert Hall are now on sale.

Tickets for Cirque du Soleil’s critically acclaimed touring show KURIOS — Cabinet of Curiosities at the Royal Albert Hall in London are on sale now.

Opening on 13 January for a limited run at the iconic Royal Albert Hall, audiences are invited to escape reality and step into a world of extraordinary imagination.

Taking aesthetic inspiration from the Victorian era and 19th-century industrial revolution, KURIOS fittingly arrives in 2023 at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall in London, the venue where the show truly belongs, with the residency coming to the hall during the venue’s 150th-anniversary celebrations.

The run of KURIOS marks the 26th year that Cirque du Soleil has performed at the renowned venue, having graced the stage over 1,200 times and having sold almost 3.8 million tickets since 1996.

Watch the official KURIOS London trailer

The Royal Albert Hall is the only historic venue worldwide to have installed permanent technology to accommodate Cirque du Soleil’s wondrous performances.

This year the Royal Albert Hall, in collaboration with Cirque du Soleil, has installed additional steelwork beneath the stalls to strengthen the venue in specific locations allowing this and all future Cirque du Soleil shows to be bigger and better than ever before.

Work began on the steel installation in January 2022, and the nine-month-long project is expected to be completed this week.

In addition, for the first time, the production of KURIOS at the hall will require the floor to be elevated to accommodate the unusual set design, transforming the venue’s ground level to the eyes of the regular visitor.

KURIOS at the Royal Albert Hall promises to be a circus event like no other.

Book tickets to Cirque du Soleil KURIOS — Cabinet of Curiosities.

Cirque du Soleil has redefined how the world views the circus – from small-town talent to a household name. 

Based in Montreal (Qc), the Canadian organisation has become a global leader in live entertainment with world-class immersive and iconic experiences across 6 continents. 

Working with artists from 90 countries to bring their creativity to life on stages globally, the company aims to positively impact on people, communities and the planet with its most important tools: creativity and art. 

Cirque du Soleil connects with audiences by being genuine, human and inclusive. Over the years, more than 215 million people have been inspired in over 70 different countries.

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