Been several times this summer and been entertained and well lubricated on many sunny days. I look forward to it every year and some great shows to come
Amazing and awesome, a fantastic and fun show! We sat in the third row and could feel the heat from the sizzling fire eating! The gorgeous performers are extremely talented and created a tingling atmosphere of anticipation! What a spectacular way to end the summer! We loved it so much we want to see it again!! Extraordinary!
Right next to the Festival Hall on the South Bank it sounds as though it should be easy to find, but in fact, although we know London very well, had not noticed this area before. We thoroughly enjoyed Limbo! To start with it seemed a bit "unusual" and we weren't quite sure, but after a few minutes we were hooked!... More
Fantastic differently shown a bit kinky circus show. Really enjoyed it. The music was so great & performances are just so amazing. We had POSH seats, but was no need. The cheapest wouldn`t done perfect job as its not big space and form far away would`ve been even better view I guess.
Best nights entertainment in a long time, the music is good and the performers are fabulous. I paid for the posh seats at £40 each but I believe a cheaper seat would give you just as good a night out if you're on a tight budget. 10/10 for me
we went to see this show last weekend . we didnt know what to expect,it was fantastic we have never been so entertained for a saturday afternoon and well worth the money. its content im not going to tell you but you will be amazed ,it has everything in it.
Limbo was a spectacular show - so much variety packed into an hour and a half and not an ounce of boredom. From fire juggling and sword eaters to great dancing and amazing balancing acts, with comedic highlights scattered throughout the performance. Highly entertaining and always keeping the audience on their toes. There are only around 10 rows of chairs... More
What a load of rubbish. Iv been to the circus of horrors and that was great. This was not very talented women stripping and walking off. It was a bit like the scene in TAKEN at the end when he finds his daughter drugged up and staggering around being sold. they had a 360' stage and didn't use it, what... More
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