The CircusSeen students, young and old have been working all year to bring you an amazing circus sceptical with a slightly gory and trippy twist! Marvel and mesmerising skills and fascinating feats such as Unicycling, Aerial Skills, Poi Spinning, Juggling, Tightwire Walking and much more!
CircusSeen presents their first stage show in 4 years! CircusSeen’s Horrorween Spooktactular!
A one off, Halloween special Circus production for 2018.
Travel through a land of circus wonder with the Hatter (Nick) the Queen (Kate) the Knave (Matt) Alice (Emma) and the King of Zombies (Lee) as they spin, slide, shove and stumble their way across the land meeting a muster of tricky, talented, thrilling thespians.
Friday 19th October 2018
Northbrook Theatre, Littlehampton Rd, Worthing BN12 6NU
7 – 8.30pm
Doors – 6.30pm
Parental Advisory – Contains horror special effects make-up
- Adults (16+ years) – £10
- Childrens (up to 15 years) – £6
Tickets available soon!
Last year the CircusSeen students of our kids club performed an end-of-term show to all their parents, demonstrating their incredible circus skills combined with the gruesome special effects make-up from Maggot Pie. Such a fun, exciting, successful show needed to be put on stage for the public to see! In the mix this time, comes our adult students performing, as well as professional performer Ethan Kith!
2018 is the 250th anniversary of the start of Circus as we know it. In London, 1768, Philip Astley opened the first ever show filled with acts such as jugglers, acrobats and clowns, and begun the world’s first ever spectacle known as the “Circus.” 250 years later the art form has become a worldwide phenomena and classic family past time!
Along with the 250th Circus-versary, if you’re local to Worthing, it is Worthing Theatres final year of their amazing Summer of Circus program!
With so many reasons to celebrate we thought what better time to jump onto stage and join the fun!