All ticket categories
The Grand Chapiteau (Big Top)
The Grand Chapiteau seats over 2,500 spectators per performance. The Grand Chapiteau is a temporary structure which is supported by four masts. All seats are cushioned with backs.
The Entrance Tent and concessions open 45 minutes prior to show time. The Grand Chapiteau opens 30 minutes before show time.
The show starts on time and latecomers are admitted only during a suitable break in the performance. Late-coming wheelchair-users can only be admitted at the intermission.
Box Office Hours (at the Big Top)
Open: 90 minutes prior to show
Close: 30 minutes after start of performance*
*Box Office supervisors on duty for guests attending the show until after intermission.
Please consult the Royal Albert Hall's website for their box office hours.
| Category A * - Golden Circle Seating
|| $ 180.00
| Category B
|| $ 155.00
| Category C
|| $ 130.00
| Category D
|| $ 109.00
* Select seating in Price Level A has a $10.00 premium charge for the aisle and companion seat. Prices may vary. Indicated price points represent starting at prices. All prices are in $USD and exclude entertainment tax and service fee.
Wheelchair & reduced mobility seating
At Cirque du Soleil we make every effort to ensure that every one of our shows offers accommodations to our patrons with special needs. That is why an area in each Grand Chapiteau (big top) has been made wheelchair-accessible. Below you will find all necessary information regarding booking space or seats in this area. Enjoy the show!
Please note that these reservations can be made by phone through Cirque du Soleil Customer Service or by contacting the Royal Albert Hall (for London performances).
Reduced mobility patrons and one escort each are entitled to a specific price reduction. Delivery fees apply.
Additional accompanying people may have to sit in the regular seating area due to a limited number of reduced mobility seats. We cannot guarantee the availability of seats near to the designated wheelchair users' area.
Once you arrive on the site of the show, ushers will guide you towards the appropriate door, section and seats.
Cirque du Soleil does not provide wheelchairs to its patrons.