The Circus of Horrors offers London After Midnight at the Hawth, Crawley, on Friday, January 17, at 7.30pm.
“The show that stormed into the finals of Britain’s Got Talent is back, an awe-inspiring rock ’n’ roller coaster of a show that flies like a bat out of hell to celebrate an astounding 18 years of shock ’n’ roll,” said a spokesman.
“Ever since its conception at the 1995 Glastonbury Festival, The Circus of Horrors has toured the world achieving cult status and dragging circus screaming and shouting into the 21st century and beyond.
“The new sensation is inspired by the legendary and sinister lost movie London After Midnight and is packed with new shocks that will take you on a whirlwind journey through a plague-ridden London in 1665 and culminating with the Great Fire of London in 1666.
“The story will twist and turn as five murders are committed in various London landmarks, each one becoming more and more horrific and all intermingled with some of the greatest, most daring, bizarre and beautiful circus acts on earth.
Tickets on 01293 553636 or book online at www.hawth.co.uk.
Music at The Hawth
Pete Long’s All-Star Goodmen Orchestra returns to The Hawth, Crawley, on Sunday, January 12, at 3pm.
Benny Goodman’s 1938 Carnegie Hall concert will be recreated by the Orchestra with American singer Joan Viskant.
Joan has appeared at a number of international festivals with artists such as Emmy Award-winner John Altman and his big band, The Cotton Club Orchestra, the Giants of Jive and the Ella Fitzgerald Songbook Show with Barbara Jay, Tina May and Lee Gibson.
Tickets for the show are available from The Hawth box office on 01293 553636.
People can also book tickets online at www.hawth.co.uk.