Between 7-16 October, a sumptuous performance by Budapest Varieté will take audiences six times to the glittering world of Las Vegas revues. With domestic and international performers, award-winning star acts from circus festivals, ventriloquists, acrobats, roller skating virtuosos, masters of lightning-quick costume changes, aerial gymnasts, singers and an enchanting dance troupe, the show on the stage of the RaM Theatre promises to be unforgettable.
Szebasztián Richter and Krisztina Eötvös, main organisers of Budapest
Varieté, multiple award-winners at international circus and variety festivals,
masters of lightning-quick costume changes, are now bringing the magic of Las
Vegas to Budapest.
The revue will feature Serge Massot, who has been a professional ventriloquist for 15 years, travelling, entertaining and making the world laugh on five continents with his little orange friend Charlie. The Gents, the Springboard Acrobats team, are also coming, the three Hungarian young men who will dazzle with unique somersault combinations, while the White Ghotic Hand Balancing team bring the history of modern warriors to life.
The stars of the Cirque du Soleil, Duo Navas are coming to Hungary for the first time to heighten the thrills on the Wheel of Death. In addition, you can see a roller-skate and hula-hoop artist on stage, with a dazzling aerial gymnastics show already in the works.
In addition to these exciting productions, the audience will also be entertained by the Budapest Varieté dance troupe, who complete the performance with a spectacular production and eye-catching costumes. And Jace Dean Bowren, a singer of South African origin, will be transporting viewers to the world of Vegas shows with his fantastic voice. The host of the evening will be magician Péter Boldog, who will guide the audience through the production with his charming and funny demeanour.
Before the performance, an exclusive dinner awaits, prepared by the chef of the
Vak Varjú restaurant, complemented by special gourmet desserts dreamed up
by the pastry chef at Danubius Hotels. If you choose the Dinner & Show
package, you can take a seat
in the table area of the theatre, and from here you can enjoy the performance
as if you were at a real Las Vegas revue.
If you only want to watch the performance, on Sundays you can take your place in the comfortable theatre seats from row 8 and enjoy a memorable production, perhaps even with a glass of something in your hand.
More information about the performance and purchasing tickets can be found via this link.