The award-winning and much-loved La Soirée is thrilled to announce multiple new acts for its residency at the Aldwych Theatre, this winter, from 24 November 2017 to 3 February 2018. Featuring fabulous cabaret performers from across the globe, get ready to party with the newest incarnation of La Soirée’s infamous dysfunctional family as they revel in their posh new surroundings and make mischief in London’s glittering West End.
La Soirée’s heady cocktail of intimate cabaret, comedy, circus sideshow and contemporary variety is more potent than ever and this is their most daring line up to date. Putting the Aldwych Theatre in a spin, La Soirée will transform this traditional theatre into an intimate cabaret club with La Soirée’s much-loved, in-the-round seating still in place. So step in from the cold, leave your troubles at the door and prepare to be charmed, astonished and electrified by the very loveable crème de la crème of the cabaret world:
Debuts include The Chilly Brothers Cradle Act (featuring Nathan Briscoe and Maxime Blankaert), Lea Hinz on arial hoop, Mallakhamb India! (featuring Rajesh Amrale with Rajesh Rao), LJ Marles on tension straps, Michele Clark on hula hoop, Hairhang by Fancy Chance, Hand to Hand (featuring Leon Fagbemi and Klodi Dabkiewicz) and Symoné on hula hoop.
Returning favourites include Amy G, Cabaret Decadense (featuring André-Anne LeBlanc and Stephen Quinlan, Daredevil Chicken Club (featuring Jonathan Taylor and Anne Goldman)
“We are beyond excited to be coming to London’s West End this Christmas to create havoc in the grand Aldwych Theatre with La Soirée and our brand new afternoon offspring La Petite Soirée. This glamorous old dame of a theatre has allowed us to present work above and beyond our beloved spiegeltent, so prepare to meet a whole host of new gravity defying artists that will make your head spin and as your sides split with laughter!
And whilst the opportunities to dazzle have expanded we will still be performing on our little round, red stage and the much-loved intimacy of La Soirée shall remain. So we dare you…come on up to the Aldwych stage and get up close and personal with these astounding performers.” – Brett Haylock, Creative Producer of La Soirée