CIRCUS OF HORRORS Heading out on 21st Anniversary Tour

Written by Martin Unsworth Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Event News

Modern-day travelling sideshow THE CIRCUS OF HORRORS will be undertaking a massive tour later this year to celebrate their 21st anniversary.

Taking to the road in the UK following some dates in Russia, the ever-popular rock-and-shock show will perform in almost every major town and city, beginning in Wells, Somerset on October 23rd and including stops at London’s O2 Arena (November 5th-14th), Manchester’s Opera House (November 15th) and more. Dates continue right up to the end of May 2016, so there’s no excuse to miss a show.

If you’re not familiar with the Circus of Horrors, they are former Britain’s Got Talent finalists, and the show is a cross between a rock gig, a freak show, and a theatrical play. Far from PC, the acts include a dwarf who can pick up heavy objects with a rather sensitive part of his anatomy, very flexible ladies and general body mutilation and manipulation. All set to a rocking score and theatrics that will leave you dazzled. Think Alice Cooper amped up to 11.

Check out the video below for a taster:

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For more information, and to book tickets for the Shocking All Over the World tour, head over to the CIRCUS OF HORRORS website.

Naturally, the show is not for those of a nervous disposition, or just plain sissies.

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