Since its inception in 1984, the originally Canadian Cirque du Soleil has developed into the company that merges acrobatics, art, music and set design into thematic total experiences. Representations that are just as timeless as they know exactly how to capture the spirit of the times. TOTEM is no exception. Based on primitive and modern myths, the story of the evolution of all life and humanity in particular is explained. A giant turtle-shaped island symbolizes both the “tree of life” and the “chain that binds all living things.” TOTEM seems to mock the laws of gravity and physical human ability and shows that humanity carries the qualities of all living things, even the ability to fly.
About Cirque du Soleil
Cirque du Soleil is an institute that started in 1984 as a collaboration between about twenty street artists and has since grown into an organization with nearly 4000 employees, including 1300 artists from fifty countries. Over the years, the spectacular Cirque du Soleil performances on six continents and 400 cities have attracted some 160 million spectators.
- Period: From October 11 to December 8, 2019 (Tues. through Fri. 8:00 pm, Sat.
- Ticket prices from € 42.00 (incl. Service costs, ticket price based on early bird rate).
- Children’s tickets (up to 14 years): € 10.00 discount compared to the ticket price for adults.
- Group tickets (from 10 people and more) have a 15% discount.
Staying overnight, eating a snack before the show
Make your visit to Cirque du Soleil a truly relaxing getaway and book a hotel before or after the show. An overview of all accommodation can be found here . A bite to eat before or after the show, the choice of various cuisines is huge. Click here for an overview of restaurants!
‘t Malieveld is a large lawn in the center of The Hague with an area of more than ten hectares. Malieveld is a household name both inside and outside the city. Of historical importance but nowadays mainly known for the events, festivals and demonstrations that take place here. Here are the Tong Tong Fair and the Liberation Festival every year. The annual City-Pier-City Loop starts and finishes on the Malieveld. And during the Christmas period, the Groot Kerstcircus The Hague is on the Malieveld.
The Malieveld is easily accessible in various ways thanks to its central location. The location is ideally located next to The Hague Central Station and the Utrechtse Baan. If you enter The Hague by car via the center ring, follow the signs for Malieveld. Below the Malieveld there is a large parking garage where you can park your car. Another option is Interparking at Korte Voorhout. The Malieveld is also easily accessible by public transport. From The Hague Central Station you can walk to it within five minutes. Various bus lines also stop at Malieveld.