Cirque du Soleil returns to the Royal Albert Hall with Totem.
Totem takes you on a stunning journey into the Evolution of Mankind – from our original amphibian state to our ultimate quest for flight. Alternating between primitive and modern myths, and peppered with aboriginal stories of creation, Totem explores the evolutionary process of species, our ongoing search for balance, and the curiosity that propels us ever further, faster, and higher…
Featuring Cirque du Soleil’s mind-blowing signature acts, and returning to London after record-breaking previous seasons, Totem is an unforgettable spectacle for all ages.
This show totally delivers on its promise to thrill audiences anew
If you are a newcomer to the feats of Cirque, there is no doubt you will be left in a state of true amazement, but otherwise the outlay may not quite be justified for this particular show
A spectacle with a sparkle fit for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
It's not to say there's no talent on display – Marc Lessard and Guy Dubuc's compositions are well worth a listen – and for circus novices this could be the perfect initiation
Cirque du Soleil certainly brings the spectacle
Given the company’s status and continued success, such a show could be improved over time by enriching the foundation that is meant to hold the piece together, and sharpening its weaker points
Return of Cirque du Soleil’s ambitious but decidedly patchy 2011 show
Cirque du Soleil’s Totem is back, and it's looking rather dated