Cirque Berserk! comes to Hove for the first time! #AD

Cirque Berserk! comes to Hove for the first time! and we are very much looking forward to going, and finding out what all the noise is about.

With only one week left until the boy goes back to school, a last minute treat of a night at the circus will be a great end to the summer break. I remember the first time we went to the circus as a family. It was very exciting, despite the boy getting very worried about the ladies balancing on the shoulders of huge pyramids of people! Cirque Berserk looks like it wont disappoint on the thrill factor with some great reviews. Being not far from home we are excited to see the show and will let you know what we think.

Cirque Berserk! sees the return of its most famous – and most dangerous – act, the legendary ‘Globe of Death’, in which four motorcyclists defy gravity and risk life and limb traversing the inside of a spherical steel cage at speeds of up to 60 miles per hour. They’re joined by a magnificent company of over 30 jugglers, acrobats, aerialists, dancers, drummers and daredevil stuntmen from all corners of the globe, plus brilliant physical-comedy star (and Brazilian ‘capoeira’ champion!) Paulo Dos Santos! 
Following five hugely successful tours, a sell-out run at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe, and touring direct from London’s Hyde Park Winter Wonderland, the production will play under the Big Top on Hove Lawns BN3 2WW from Tuesday 27 August to Tuesday 3 September 2019

If you are local to Brighton, then I have a code for 30% off your ticket price use BRN30L and click to book here. If you are further afield, then have a look at the tour page for more venues. I know we are super excited at the prospect of seeing the guys on motorbikes, as well as the acrobats.

Disclaimer, we were offered tickets to the first show in return for this post. The words and opinions remain my own.

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