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Sit down and enjoy Cirque du Soleil at the Royal Albert Hall

Published: Sunday 29th of June 2008

London city pass holders may well be thrilled by news of the forthcoming appearance of Cirque du Soleil at the Royal Albert Hall.

Starting on January 8th 2009 and finishing on February 1st, their show - entitled Quidam - is reported to feature some of their trademark feats, including stunning acrobatics, beautiful set designs and lighting that holders of London visitor cards will love.

The show centres on offering a tribute to the anonymous stranger each and every one of us represents to one another.

"Discover an acrobatic show where hope and beauty come to life," said the Royal Albert Hall.

"Quidam celebrates the nameless passer-by, the person living lost amidst the crowd in an all-too-anonymous society."

The Royal Albert Hall has a history of live performances going back to first live show in 1871.

London Pass holders can receive free entry to Royal Albert Hall.

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