Do we all still dream of running away to join the circus? Check out these very different Circus nights and judge for yourself.

Gostinitsa, combines the best of the Circus art forms, adds the glitz and glamour of the art deco period and the sparkle of 1930s Hollywood to create a real landmark production for The Moscow State Circus. Suitable for all ages. Check it out here!

With its roots in performances at the Glastonbury Festival in 1995, The Circus of Horrors uses Goth and steampunk imagery, and references burlesque and Victorian freak shows. The show contains some nudity & language of a adult nature, it is not suitable for children, or people of a nervous disposition. Get tickets here!

Gerry Cottle brings the circus tumbling into the 21st century with 50 amazing acts in 100 minutes! Wild, wonderful and out-of-this-world, WOW Circus brings together amazing international acts with an infectious soundtrack and the latest lights and technology with dazzling & delightful energy – family entertainment for the modern age. The show starts in Swindon, then heads around the UK. Check out dates and locations here.

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