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Get Ready for Live Circus Action with Cirque Berserk

Sunday, 31st Jan 2016  

Cirque Berserk

Remember visiting the circus as a child and being blown away by the fun and excitement of the performers, from the hilarious clowns to the death defying stunt-men? If so you’ll be pleased to know that Zippos Cirque Berserk promises all this and more with their real circus antics designed especially for the London stage.

Opening at the Peacock Theatre on Monday the 8th of February, audiences can look forward to a night of circus nostalgia as the British company and creative team put on a draw-dropping display of acts. The show is a fantastic outing for the whole family and is sure to keep everyone, no matter how old they are, right at the edge of their seat. The international cast consists of over 30 acrobats, dancers and drummers, clowns and jugglers as well as a series of impressive stunt professionals and aerialists who will take to new heights without the aid of a safety harness.

Some of the most hair-raising acts to look forward to include the famous Globe of Terror, which consists of a steel cage that will hold up to four motorcyclists whizzing around within inches of each other at speeds of more than 60mph. There’s also the brilliant award-winning Tweedy the clown and what would a night at the circus be without a Giant Robot that spits fire?

Heading up the production team are Creative Director Julius Green alongside award-winning lighting designer Mike Robertson. Martin Burton produced the impressive show for the Zippos organisation with set design by Sean Cavanagh, choreography by Dede McGarrity, sound design by Matthew Bugg and Dianne Kelly behind the spectacular stage costume designs.

Bronwen Morgan
Bronwen Morgan Bronwen is our theatre show aficionado with a real passion for musicals. She regularly visits the theatre as part of her role here at Box Office to help with our latest news and social media updates. Originally from Scotland, Bronwen has seen shows in the US as well as the UK.

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