Cirque du Soleil: Varekai Reviews
Description:Theatre Type: Circus / Theme: A captivating forest inhabited by whimsical and enchanted creatures.
Newest Review: ... other; whatever walk of life they're from, Cirque Du Soleil leaves people with only superlatives, and little room for anything else, in their jaw-dropped mouths - 'most awesome, most amazing...most speechless I've ever been'. While people are still taking their seats, there is movement on the stage as characters in spectacular costumes crawl towards their audience, and it isn't long before ... more
Customer Cirque du Soleil: Varekai Reviews (2)
by - written on 03/05/10 (Very useful, 379 readings)
Some might never have been in a big top before, but tonight, the 'Grand Chapiteau' looming over them in the moonlit sky is the first thing they see as they pull off the motorway, each discussing their different expectations of the evening... As they make their way across the busy car park, the dark, velvet blue sky glistens serenely above, adorned with twinkling stars and the weight of the full harvest moon; connotations of magic and wizardry... For some it would transport them back to their childhood years and their fascination with stories such as Enid Blyton's 'Galliano's Circus', for others, it would be their childhood memory of the circus. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Usually I am not a huge fan of Cirque Du Soleil. There shows are full of mediocre performers, the actual shows are too similar to each other and their work ethics are 'interesting' to say the least. That said I got free tickets to see Varekai and I never turn down a free show. My seats were good seats, in the front stalls, not too far to one side so I had a great view of the stage. It was an interesting stage - I liked the pole at the background. It started off quite badly. I thought I was in for a long hour and a half. The first clown (if you can call him that) was not funny, was long winded and uninteresting. However things started to ... Read the complete review
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