Cirque Du Soleil is the type of performance troupe that defies categorization. It definitely isn't the circus that most
people experienced as kids, but at the same time it is unlike any other theater
experience out there. Cirque Du Soleil combines the best of both to create a one-of-a-kind show for audiences to enjoy,
like the London show Totem.
Like other Cirque Du Soleil shows, Totem has an overarching theme that plays into every part of the performance. In Totem,
it is about the evolution of the human species through time. The story is told through fascinating acts like foot jugglers,
trapeze, hoops dancers, unicycles, roller skaters and much more. This show brings together many amazing acts to tell one fantastic
When Cirque Du Soleil's Totem comes to London, it will be hosted by the historic Royal Albert Hall. The Royal Albert Hall got its name
because it was the brainchild of Prince Albert. It first opened in March of 1871, and keeps the grand and stately nature of
its original design. It has been updated since, and it is the perfect place to see Cirque Du Soleil's Totem.