Cirque de Soleil, the popular crew that mixes circus arts and street entertainment, is going to present their show called ’Quidam’ in Budapest, reports funzine.hu. Tickets are available for the shows, which can be seen on four occasions, from the 13th of February, until the 15th, in László Papp Arena, Budapest.
Cirque de Soleil was formed in 1984 in Quebec, and the group’s aim was to entertain with high quality, artistic acrobatic shows. While there were only 20 founder members, now Cirque de Soleil provides work for more than 4000 people, including 46 artists of countless nations: acrobats, musicians, singers and character actors from all around the world had joined this unique group of entertainers.
‘Quidam’ had made its debut in 1996 in Montréal, in a marquee. Due to its success, the crew shaped it into a grand arena show and presented it in 2010 in North America. The story follows Zoe, the young girl who is bored and does not find any joy in the company of her apathetic family. The audience follows her to the world of Quidam, a place where fantastic creatures encourage Zoe to seek meaning in her life and to free her soul.
The group of Cirque de Soleil had toured around the world with many shows and brought a world of wonders to millions of people from all continents. If you want to experience the fantastic show live, book a ticket for one of the following days:
13th February, Friday
14th February, Saturday
15th February, Sunday.
Ticket prices range from 10 300 HUF to 24 900 HUF, and are available HERE.
VIDEO – Cirque de Soleil (2013)
based on article by funzine.hu
translated by Laura Kocsis
Photo: Cirque de Soleil