CIRCUS of Horrors, the 1920s-inspired show that rocked Britain’s Got Talent, comes to Aylesbury tonight (Tuesday).
The show features twisted contortionists, sword swallowers, ‘flying aerialists’ and a ventriloquist.
The performers reached the semi-finals of the reality TV talent show in 2011.
‘That’s what I call entertainment’ was the response from David Hasselhoff after watching the group’s performance.
The stage show is now in its 16th year.
The story is set in Berlin in 1921, in a cabaret club which is struggling to make ends meet.
The audience watch as Dr Haze rolls into town with his Vampire Vaudeville show – featuring hair hanging beauties, demon dwarfs and gyrating jugglers.
The popular show features some of the most bizarre circus acts imaginable.
It starts at 7,30pm.