Circus of Horrors – The Psycho Asylum, Motherwell & Kilmarnock
The Palace Theatre, 9 Green Street, Kilmarnock, KA1 3BN
- usually £27.25
- save 50%
- tickets sold
19:30 Thursday 21st February
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Tickets to The Psycho Asylum in Motherwell & Kilmarnock; get ready to return to The Circus of Horrors with a new feat of bizarre and spectacular acts from their latest show – save up to 50%
Team itison actually used to make clown shoes. It was no small feat.
Watch a performance as terrifying as our jokes are bad, with tickets to Circus of Horrors at Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock or Motherwell Concert Hall. Featuring a brand new story but holding on to the same jaw-dropping stunts, The Circus of Horrors is back for a show you won’t forget!
The show must go on:
- One ticket
- After taking to the road over 22 years ago and touring all over the world, The Circus of Horrors is back with its brand new incarnation, The Psycho Asylum
- The legendary show brings a brand new sensational story accompanied by a mainly original soundtrack to the stage
- This spectacular features an amazing amalgamation of bizarre and fantastic acts, guaranteed to shock, delight and entertain you!
- The Circus of Horrors is the only circus to ever reach the finals of Britain’s Got Talent and is the first to perform in London’s West End for over 100 years
- Their performances have also featured on The X Factor, Daybreak, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Body Shockers, This Morning, The One Show and loads more
- From gruesome beginnings at Glastonbury Festival in 1995, the show has now toured the globe in Japan, Germany, Chile, Uruguay, Holland, Italy, Finland and Hong Kong
- They also became the first UK circus to perform in Russia
- On top of that, The Circus of Horrors has performed with some of the biggest names in music including the Foo Fighters, Alice Cooper, Iron Maiden and Eminem to name a few
- Rave celebrity reviews
“I loved it!” - Simon Cowell
“Fantastic, that’s what I call entertainment” - David Hasselhoff
“That was incredible”
“Totally unbelievable” - Scott Mills, Radio 1
“You have to go and see this” - Graham Norton
“The Circus of Horrors completely WOWED the audience” - The Daily Mail.
“A bloody great night out” - The Times
“Freaking awesome" - The Sun
“Bloody good fun - Barnum would be proud” - Time Out