Theatre Review: La Soiree

La Soiree - Acantha Lang

The best show in Central London is now playing for a limited time in Leicester Square - it’s La Soiree!

Back in London for a 7th time, La Soiree is a theatrical experience that will wow and shock you - it’s circus, vaudeville and burlesque all rolled up into one in a show that’s funny, mesmerizing, and very enjoyable. In the especially-built venue that is the Spiegeltent right in the middle of Leicester Square, it’s a show in the round, in a velvet draped salon of carved wood, polished mirrors and the feeling of having stepped into another world, where every seat has a good view of the shenanigans the performers get up to. Grab a drink at the bar and have fun watching these amazing performers:

La Soiree - Denis LockLa Soiree - Denis Lock © Brinkhoff Moegenburg

-Denis Lock is a bubble-making master. He makes bubbles in all sorts of shapes, including a carousel - he really needs to be seen to be seen!

-Songstress Acantha Lang, from New Orleans, sings intermittently throughout the show - her vocals are large and high octane! She’s a diva and she deserves it!

-Captain Frodo is a hilarious comedian who is able to put his whole body through two small tennis racquets - it’s contortionism at it’s very best!

-The very naughty and funny Ursula Martinez - she finds hankies in the most unusual places - enough said!

-Daredevil Chicken is a man and woman duo who do incredible costume changes and are able to toss bits and pieces of bananas into theirs (and audience members) mouths. They are side splittingly funny!

-Jarred Dewey likes to swing, on a swing (he’s a trapeze artist)! And he does it with very little clothes on.

-Hamish McCann, while shirtless, performs a jaw-dropping pole act that makes it look like he’s literally walking up a light pole. He makes it look easy.

La Soiree - Captain FrodoLa Soiree - Captain Frodo © Brinkhoff Moegenburg

For two hours you will be entertained and your jaw will drop, not only at the amazing feats these performers accomplish, but also it is all very hilarious and raucous.

So step away from the busy and blustery streets of London into this plush cabaret venue where you will have a really good time!

Christmas in Leicester Square

Friday 11 November 2016 to Sunday 8 January 2017

Tue-Thurs: 8pm

Fri & Sat: 7pm & 10pm

Sun: 7pm

Christmas Schedule varies - please check website:

Box office:

0207 492 9942


Tickets from £120 if purchased by 26th December 2016.

Doors from 8pm. Performance time: 9pm

Run Time: 2 hours including interval

Photos provided by The Corner Shop PR

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