Circus of Horrors rocked Britain's Got Talent - now it's coming to Scunthorpe Baths Hall
The Circus of Horrors - the show that rocked Britain's Got Talent - will be at the Scunthorpe Baths Hall next week with what is being called an awe-inspiring rock’n’roller coaster of a show that flies like a bat out of hell!
Seventeen years after its conception at the 1995 Glastonbury Festival, the show has gone on to tour the world, achieving cult status and dragging the Circus screaming and shouting into the 21st century and beyond.
It was one of the first shows to visit the new Doncaster Road venue last November and returns with The Curse of The Devil Doll.
This new show takes the audience on a whirlwind journey through Berlin of the decadent Roaring Twenties - birth of the Cabaret.
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The Circus of Horrors visits Scunthorpe Baths on Tuesday, November 13.
Gervase Phinn, one of Britain’s top comic writers and raconteurs, will be appearing at the Plowright Theatre in Laneham Street, Scunthorpe, on Sunday, November 25.
He shares his hilarious and sometimes poignant tales of life as a schools inspector in the Yorkshire Dales.
Tickets for both these shows are now available from the Box Office, telephone 0844 8542776.
Comedian Jimmy Cricket brings his Value for a Tenner Show to the Plowright Theatre on Friday, November 23.
Tickets are £10 for adults and £2.50 for the under-12s.
Jimmy says: "For this visit I am really thrilled that the price of a ticket has been kept to a really affordable level. This is because I know how expensive it is to take a family out anywhere these days."