Slava’s Snowshow

Thursday 10th November, Birmingham Hippodrome

Wed 9 – Sun 13 Nov

SLAVA’S SNOWSHOW touches the heart and the funny bone and is packed with fun for all the family.

It delights and exhilarates theatregoers across the globe with its spectacle, comedy, poignancy and stunning effects.
 
The breathtaking, heart-stopping finale is unforgettable ….. a magical show of innocence, laughter and joy.
“Pure Magic. An evening of enchantment and fun”
Daily Express

“DAZZLING! Guaranteed to make even the glum thaw into happiness”
The Observer

“Simply thrilling ….. Unmissable comedy masterpiece”
The Independent

“Theatrical brilliance”
Sunday Times
 
“Utterly breathtaking, the stage effects are dazzling…Suddenly the audience is young, innocent, and transported with delight.” Daily Mail
 
“One of the most theatrical moments I have ever experienced.” The Guardian
 
“The unmissable and already classic ‘SNOWSHOW’ is a thing of rare theatrical beauty” The Times

PLEASE NOTE: The first few rows in the stalls are ONLY AVAILABLE BY CALLING TICKET SALES. These seats will not be available to purchase online.

Article on Slava Polunin, by Diane Parkes, Birmingham Mail:

http://www.birminghammail.net/what-is-on-in-birmingham/theatre-in-birmingham/2011/11/04/theatre-tears-of-philosopher-clown-slava-polunin-97319-29716375/

Review by Adrian Caffery, Birmingham Mail:

http://www.birminghammail.net/what-is-on-in-birmingham/birmingham-gig-reviews/2011/11/11/clown-show-is-a-real-hoot-97319-29756459/

…     “Created by Russian ‘superclown’ Slava Polunin nearly 20 years ago, this ever-evolving show has three aspects.

Firstly, there’s the clowning around: surreal, full of pathos and never stepping into slapstick – afterall, the show is aimed at big kids, not their children.

Then there’s the audience participation – hysterical but I wouldn’t want to spoil the fun by revealing too much!”     …

Review by Roger Clarke, BehindTheArras: (spoilers!)

http://behindthearras.com/Reviewspr/ReviewsPRnovdec2011/Slava’s_SnowshowH11-11.html

…     “His multi-award winning Snowshow is billed as a childhood fantasy and it is certainly that, filled with whimsy, the absurd, fun, poignancy, sadness and even a touch of terror.     […]    

[…]     You could see the wonder and delight in the faces of children but, let’s face it, in the world of Slava we are all just big kids once again.”

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