Cirque Eloize Saloon
19.10.2017 - 21.10.2017 | Peacock Theatre
CIRQUE ÉLOIZE: Positioned at the heart of the renewal of circus arts, Cirque Éloize has been creating moving performances filled with magic and emotion since 1993. Always focused on the renewal of artistic self expression and acrobatic excellence, the organization ranks among the world’s leading contemporary circuses. Cirque Éloize expresses its innovative nature through theatricality and humanity, by blending circus arts with music, dance and theatre, in a path-breaking manner.
For its eleventh original creation, Cirque Éloize invites you to enjoy an exuberant music own Saloon. Featuring a mix of well-known songs and original numbers, this production blends the euphoric energy and live folk music of classic Old West saloons with cutting theatre. Discover Cirque Éloize’s unique genre-defying version of this legendary setting
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Situated in the West End, the Peacock Theatre is a truly unique venue ideal for conferences, seminars, pop concerts and award ceremonies and has played host to clients such as PriceWaterhouseCoopers, EMI and Granada Television. The auditorium provides tiered seating for up to 1,000 people with catering served in the newly refurbished Circle Bars.
Behind the scenes at the Peacock Theatre, our technical staff have the expertise to ensure every event or performance runs smoothly with professional results.
The Peacock Theatre is a West End theatre in the City of Westminster, located in Portugal Street, near Aldwych. The 999-seat house is owned by, and comprises part of the London School of Economics and Political Science campus, who utilise the theatre for lectures, public talks, conferences, political speeches and open days. The university has a long lease with London`s principal centre for contemporary dance, Sadler`s Wells, with whom it has negotiated a deal to bring in dance companies under the banner `Sadler`s Wells in the West End`. The venue often plays host to dance performances, conferences, ballet, pop concerts and award ceremonies. The stage is approximately 36 feet (11 m) by 33 feet (10 m).