Cirque du Soleil returns to Manchester with AMALUNA

Cirque du Soleil returns to Manchester with AMALUNA

Cirque du Soleil’s most successful UK show Amaluna has today announced that it will be heading north and bringing its legendary Big Top to Manchester for the first time in six years later this year.


Amaluna will run from 7 September – 2 October 2016 at Manchester’s intu Trafford Centre following huge success at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Pre-sales tickets are available now via Cirque Club – tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday 11 March 2016 via the Cirque du Soleil.


A dazzling display of acrobatic excellence.


Having opened at London’s Royal Albert Hall in January 2016, Amaluna left audiences spellbound with its mesmerising aerial acrobatics and never-before-seen acts. Amaluna is a tale of castaway romance and the obstacles that true love presents, described by The Times as “thrillingly executed” the London Evening Standard as “a dazzling display of acrobatic excellence”. Amaluna’s jaw-dropping performances and Cirque du Soleil’s signature mind-blowing stunts are sure to stun when the show comes to Manchester’s intu Trafford Centre this September.   


Amaluna’s talented cast is predominately female with an all-female band and includes three British performers, with the Artist Director also hailing from the UK. Marissa King can be seen performing on the uneven bars, Rachael Wood is the guitarist, Southport born David Rimmer is an acrobat in the teeterboard act and the show’s Artistic Director is former dancer, Rachel Lancaster. The show is written and directed by Tony Award-winning director, Diane Paulus and is Cirque du Soleil’s 33rd production.


Cirque du Soleil brings Amaluna to intu Trafford Centre, Manchester under the iconic Big Top for four weeks, a truly spectacular way to witness the show. Cirque du Soleil continues to cement itself as one of the world’s greatest entertainment companies as Amaluna takes the UK by storm.


Tickets to see Amaluna are on sale now.


Cirque du Soleil’s most successful UK show



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