From Our Editors
For their 21st Anniversary tour, The Circus of Horrors rolls out Welcome to the CarnEvil, and takes audiences back in time to Victorian London. The show tells the story of a young girl dreaming about running away and joining a circus troupe. The dream soon turns into a nightmare as she finds herself in a gruesome CarnEvil, filled with Killer Klowns, Sword Swallowers, Demon Dwarves and Death-Defying Aerialists. A Guinness Record-holding Hairculian Diva and fire-limboing acrobats also feature, as the show climaxes in a flaming apocalypse to the sound of devil-driven rock n’ roll played live by Dr Haze & The Interceptors from Hell.
Very good for price easy to book
excellent show...great venue....fantastic value for money
This was a gift for my granddaughter she said it was fantastic and great seats
Was a good show, but just couldn’t see a thing!! They didn’t perform on a stage so we missed loads of stuff. Music was random and not in a good way or anything to do with the show. Too much going on at once and felt a little bit all over the place, almost trying to fill in time just for the sake of it. The compare was great and the Dr kinda made the show all about him. Not sure I’d recommend it.
It was awful. Magic tricks were poor, microphones were so poor you couldn’t make out what they were saying so it was just loud rubbish getting shouted (sorry sung haha) Connection was also lost numerous times which didn’t help.
It was so fake and tacky, nowhere near what I expected. Might have helped if I was ridiculously drunk like most of the audience then I would have been oblivious to how rubbish the show was!
Wasa bit all over the place and didn’t really flow. Nothing “horror” about it
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