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Slava's Snowshow returns to the Royal Festival Hall. Performed by Russian performance artist Slava Polunin's internationally renowned company of clowns, having delighted theatregoers around the world for 20 years this multi-international award-winning hit is now established as London's leading Christmas show.
This is theatre like you've never seen before. Comedy and spectacle provide fun for the whole family, never more than when this incredible show fills the Royal Festival Hall with a heart-stopping blizzard of snow. Featuring breathtaking visual effects, it's been described by The Sunday Times as 'theatrical brilliance'.
Matinees: Various dates 2.30pm
Evenings: Various dates 6pm and 7.30pm
Bookable: Monday, 18th December 2017 to Thursday, 4th January 2018

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Was: £79.50    NOW: £60.00
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Was: £39.50    NOW: £20.00
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Was: £59.50    NOW: £40.00
Valid Mon-Sat Evenings from 18 Dec - 4 Jan 2018. Book by 3 Dec.

Slava's Snowshow Overview & Story


The Tony and Olivier award-winning hit returns to Royal Festival Hall this Christmas!
Slava’s Snowshow is now established as a leading London Christmas show, having delighted theatregoers of all ages around the world for over 20 magical years.
Created by multi-international award-winning performance artist Slava Polunin, Slava’s Snowshow introduces a joyous dream-like world, unlike anything you have ever seen; a world in which a cobweb envelops the audience and one tiny piece of paper begins a heart-stopping blizzard of snow.
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