We were really excited to head to the Royal Albert Hall in London to watch Cirque du Soleil Amaluna, The production is a celebration of love, and a tribute to women, with female performers making up the majority of the cast. Amaluna is a coming of age story: Queen Prospera calls all the people of the island together to celebrate Miranda's journey into womanhood, during the celebrations, there is a storm which causes a group of young men wash up on the island, then follows the spectacular love story between Miranda and the young stranger Romeo,
Miranda contorts around the rim on the bowl and plays in the water.
Romeo finds Miranda and the two kiss for the first time.
We watched in awe as Marinda and Romeo's love evolved through the various astounding scenes, which incorporated the stunning acts which featured aerialists. dancers and acrobatics, amazing stunts and a touch of magic. along with some light-hearted comedy. throughout the show we were treated to live music and singing as the various acts graced the stage, the stage gently moved and lights and scenery swiftly changed which created an amazing atmosphere for the audience,
We loved these fierce warriors as they showed off their flipping and jumping skills.
The men of the island attempt to escape using their teeterboard which saw they fly through the air.
We were dazzled enthralled and thoroughly entertained, Amaluna Cirque du Soleil is absolutely awesome, we enjoyed every single minute of the show and cannot recommend it enough. A mind blowing, jaw dropping show that you will be talking about long after the show finishes,
Amaluna Cirque du Soleil is now on at the Royal Albert Hall London until Sunday 26 February 2017, for more inforamtion on the show and how to book click here HERE.