Two (£20) or Four (£35) Tickets to Babushkin Sekret by The Moscow State Circus (Up to 64% Off)
- Features high wire human pyramids, acrobatics and clowns
- Includes souvenir programme
- Story based on Russian legend
- Suitable for adults and children
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people, may buy multiple as gifts. No booking required. Exchange Groupon at box office, 30 minutes before performance starts, unclaimed tickets may be resold. Valid for Cambridge (CB5 8DA) shows only. Valid for specific performance on purchased date and time only. No cancellations. No concessions. Performance is subject to variation without prior notice. Management reserves the right to refuse admission for safety reasons. Valid only on option purchased. Original value based on adult grandstand prices.
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Despite the use of trapeze arts in entertainment, the contraption was originally conceived as a way to speed up postal delivery by enabling mailmen to traverse from tree to tree. Indulge in the recreational variation of this repurposed apparatus with today's Groupon to The Moscow State Circus. Choose from the following options:• £20 for two grandstand tickets to see Babushkin Sekret on Thursday 6 October or Friday 7 October (5pm or 8pm), Saturday 8 October (3pm or 8pm) or Sunday October 9 (2pm or 5pm) (Up to £48 value)
• £35 for four grandstand tickets to see Babushkin Sekret on Thursday 6 October or Friday 7 October (5pm or 8pm), Saturday 8 October (3pm or 8pm) or Sunday October 9 (2pm or 5pm) (Up to £96 value)
Inspired by the Russian Legend of the 12 Chairs, The Moscow State Circus’ latest production, Babushkin Sekret follows the trials and tricks of two treasure-hunting misfits. Acrobats, clowns and jugglers are joined by vertical pole balancing acts, human pyramids on a 30 foot high wire, and the queen of Russian circus, Yana Alievia performing on a revolving aerial chandelier, all in a domed tent allowing for extra airborne action. In a sequinned rainbow extravaganza, discover superhuman feats and oversized shoes, and watch slapstick meet slack jaws as bodies are flexed, stretched, balanced, and flung into world famous circus stardom.
In troupes of two or four, curious kids and adults alike can choose from two showings on five dates to shimmy up to grandstand seats in the circus tent in Cambridge’s Midsummer Common. The tickets include a souvenir programme to share, so spectators can suss out who’s who and grab a bit of background on the story, before observing the high flying artists tease gravity, tickle ribs, and corrupt common sense.
Absolute mind blowing entertainment! Some of the things those guys get up to you wouldnt think were humanly possible!
– d3bby, Ticket,Master, May 2011
I don't want to spoil the surprise for any future circus-goers, but I've never seen such an imaginative use of big Russian boots, nor a more terrifying use of stilts.
– Michael Saunders, BBC News, Mar 2006