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The Cirque du Soleil Settles in Berlin for Next Five Days
May 07th, 2014
News from Berlin - The Cirque du Soleil today starts its five day stay in Berlin as part of the 2014 European tour. Until May 11th, it will display the show called ‘Quidam’, in which a young girl escapes into a world of imagination.
The performance takes place in a sombre atmosphere and revolves around an acrobatic skeleton. Zoé is ignored by her parents and ventures into a world that will recover her taste for life, the ‘Quidam’.
The show combines a mix of acrobatic skills and traditional circus acts such as aerial hoops, juggling or even the German wheel.
The Cirque du Soleil is a well known Canadian entertainment company, performing all over the world since 1984. Self-described as a « dramatic mix of circus arts and street entertainment », the Cirque is the largest theatrical producer in the world and has been considered as one of the best for a long time.
The show opens in the 02 World Arena (Mühlenstrasse 12-30, 10243 Berlin – accessible from S-Bahn and U-Bahn Warschauer Straße station).
Tickets prices are between 58.78 and 98.15 euros for adults, and between 48.65 and 80.15 euros for children.
For more informations or to purchase your tickets, please visit the website of the show : http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/en/shows/quidam/default.aspx
News from Berlin – Berlin Global.