Ticket to The Circus of Horrors, The Ventriloquist for £14 on 12 March 2012 at Opera House Manchester (Up to 50% Off)
- Starring horror film-inspired ‘The Ventriloquist’
- Features contortionists, aerialists, jugglers, sword swallowers, and more
- Performance at Opera House Manchester
- Valid on Monday 12 March
- Show starts at 7.30pm
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. No booking necessary. Exchange printed Groupon for ticket at box office. Must be 16 or older. Show starts 7.30pm, doors open 6.30pm. Original value based on highest priced ticket.
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Fond of being on show, glasses are always making a spectacle of themselves. See things up close with today’s Groupon: £14 for a ticket to The Circus of Horrors, The Ventriloquist at Opera House Manchester on Monday 12 March 2012.
About the event
Dazzling guests with aerial acrobatics, fire handling, and the mind-boggling magic of a dummy seeming to speak of its own accord, The Circus of Horrors is designed to astound and excite. The story is set in the decadent, cabaret era of 1921 Berlin, following the Vampire Vaudeville of Dr Haze. It’ll showcase enthralling acts such as twisted contortionists, voodoo warriors, and peckish sword eaters, among other fascinating spectacles. Starting at 7.30pm, this colour-filled production will welcome those aged 16 and over and transport them back to the roaring twenties to experience a dose of theatrical terror.
About the venue
Opened on Boxing Day 1912, the Manchester Opera House has seen nearly 100 years of high-kicking performances, hosting the European premiere of West Side Story in 1958 and the British regional premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical The Phantom of the Opera in 1993. The theatre houses a bar on each floor, wheelchair access, and hearing aids are available on request.
• Show suitable for those aged 16 or over
• Show starts 7.30pm, doors open 6.30pm (it is advisable to arrive early)
• Exchange Groupon for ticket at box office
• Nearest train station: Deansgate Station
• Nearest tram station: St Peters Square
Since appearing on Britain’s Got Talent, The Circus of Horrors’ popularity has skyrocketed, with the macabre troupe boasting a terrifying 3034 Likes on Facebook. Previous tours received positive reviews from the public, with ThePublicReviews awarding one tour an encouraging 3.5/5 stars. Users on Ticketmaster were also positive, praising the tongue-in-cheek humour and entertaining surprises, although many noted that the show is not for everyone.
The shows performers were very well trained and the level of skill each different act had really shone through to the audience.
An unforgettable performance from the circus of horrors, amazing feats performance, thoroughly enjoyed the entire performance.
– NannaGrandad, TicketMaster, February 2011