"if Quentin Tarantino directed Cirque du Soleil then this would be it."
We're proud to announce the return of the Circus of Horrors. We've got the smaller cuter version, a performance we can actually fit into our festival shed, but this is what the critics have said ...
"Oh there's something for everyone: from leather clad pole dancing nurses to a very crude midget, who at one point proceeded to hump a hoover and then eat a light bulb, although not at the same time - because that would just be silly?
The men are all freaks, the women are all gorgeous, in a sort of Zombie Dawn of the Dead meets Anne Summers kind of way. The language is strong, the acts bizarre and raunchy. Clap, tap and be merry, but don't take your grandma with you!"
BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE
Not for the prudish, The Circus of Horrors is a bizarre, often mesmerizing and always original modern freak show.
There are prior warnings that people with a nervous disposition should be wary, but while the play is peppered with some gory things, in all honesty there does not seem to be anything that would cause the audience to feel unwell or faint.
THE WEE REVIEW
"A collection of circus acts that display skills that have been entertaining people for hundreds of years."
Absolutely breathtaking. Mind blowing, death defying action combined with a tasty lick filled setlist makes The Circus of Horrors a MUST-SEE!
Without a shadow of a doubt the greatest show on earth!
BACK TO THE MOVIES
the MAGIC people
Pete's magic varies from close up illusions to classic card magic. Gone of the days of picking a card and the magician finding it. Magic has moved to another level where you hold a deck of cards and then suddenly it disappears in your hand or a sign card suddenly is in a zipped up wallet - truly amazing. Pete's sponge ball routine is awesome. Also he can perform coin, ropes and some magical capers to bring a smile on your guests faces. Depending on time or the nature of the event. If he has time, Pete will stay behind and sits with our MACH guests and offer up a bit of Derren Brown material, which is full of mind games. MACH-goers - enjoy!