Fans of blood and gore unite as Circus of Horrors is celebrating 23 years on the road and is coming to Middlesbrough Town Hall this month as part of the tour.
The new show, titled ‘Psycho Asylum’, features a mind-blowing amalgamation of bizarre and fantastic circus acts all woven into a shock/horror story and promises a spectacular collection of acts including sword swallowers, knife throwing “ultra vixens”, flaming hula hooping, hair hangers, strong men, acrobats, aerial acts and contortionists accompanied by a, mainly original, rock ‘n’ roll soundtrack.
First seen at Glastonbury Festival in 1995, Circus of Horrors has continued to perform at many UK festivals such as Download, Reading and Leeds and Isle of Wight, alongside their packed-out worldwide theatre tours.
Having reached the finals of Britain’s Got Talent, Circus of Horrors became a household name and gathered a more mainstream audience. The theatre shows are aimed more at their cult following – and there are warnings on their website that the show is not suitable for children due to some nudity and adult language.
The new Circus of Horrors show will take place at Middlesbrough Town Hall on Saturday 24th November.
Tickets, priced from £18.00, are available from middlesbroughtownhall.co.uk.
Please note: The show is not suitable for children as it is adult based with language and some nudity.