Hot on the heels of the Circus of Horrors Phantasmagoria the ‘Witch’ comes a sensational NEW SHOW – THE HAUNTED FAIRGROUND – Set in a decrepit Fairground on the edge of nowhere. Haunted by creatures of the unknown who had been Plastinated as exhibits in The House of Wax & brought back to life by a Tesla Coil machine to run havoc.
This FANGtastic new show is set to blow your mind with an amazing set, stellar lights, special effects & of course Beautifully Bizarre Circus acts,a sinister story and the darkest of magic all performed to an original Rock score,
When the Circus of Horrors began 27 years ago at Glastonbury 1995 many people thought it wouldn’t last 27 weeks let alone 27 years, but with its ability to reinvent itself time & time again it has taken the extreme to the mainstream and become a household name after reaching the finals of Britain’s Got Talent, performing in London’s West End & tour around the World.
Whether a Rock fan or theatregoer The Circus of Horrors has something for everyone.
Imagine a brilliant rock show combined with amazing, bizarre & dare devil Circus acts, a stellar light show all performed with a forked tongue firmly in each cheek. If Quentin Tarantino had directed Cirque Du Soleil you would be half way there.
Over 400,000 visitors have experienced events here at the venue since 2018 including Bob Dylan, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Ne-Yo, Paloma Faith, JLS, Sarah Millican, Blondie, Noel Gallagher and many more. The venue is a state-of-the-art music and events complex with a capacity of up to 4,000 people for concerts and live events, plus an array of bars, lounges, premium seating and hospitality suits including the Connexin Lounge. The venue is purpose built to offer significant flexibility for any conference, exhibition, dinner or event. With 1320 square metres of floor space, making it one of the biggest in the region, the Arena’s flexibility means we can host events of all shapes and sizes – from huge award ceremonies to smaller breakout meetings, including the University of Hull’s graduation ceremonies. The building is owned by Hull City Council and is managed by ASM Global.