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Thursday 01 October 2020

Against All Odds: Circus of Horrors Is Back In Brighton Performing In A Covid Safe Environment

When the Circus of Horrors started in Glastonbury '95 people thought it would run for 25 weeks let alone 25 years, yet here we are a quarter of a century later and the Circus of Horrors is still touring globally.

The show performed for the 4th consecutive year at last years Download Festival and it also returned to the Glastonbury Festival. 

As part of their 25th Anniversary tour it performed with The Damned at The London Palladium, a show promoted by Hammer House of Horrors and was preceded by torch light funeral cortège through London's West End where a new Guinness World Record was set for over 1040 Vampires in the same place at the same time. 

The new Circus of Horrors show will be a celebration of the 25 years and will include an amazing phantasmaglorious amalgamation of acts, driven by a rock n roll sound scape, a show that will have you sat on the edge of your seat when not falling off it with laughter.

Circus of Horrors will take you on a rock 'n' roller coaster ride of amazing & bizarre acts. 

Whether a rock fan or theatre goer The Circus of Horrors has something for everyone.

Imagine a brilliant rock show combined with amazing, bizarre & dare devil Circus acts, a stella light show and all performed with a forked tongue firmly in each cheek. 

If Quentin Tarantino had directed Cirque Du Soleil you would be half way there.

Circus of Horrors at Brighton's Preston Park on Saturday 10th October 2020 at 8pm. CLICK HERE for tickets.

by: Mike Cobley



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