Halloween Spooktacular fun and thrills at Hippodrome
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It’s nearly time for the ultimate spooky experience, with only a few days until the launch of The Hippodrome’s brand new Halloween Spooktacular.
A whole new adventure has been written by comedy partnership and Hippodrome favourites Jack Jay and Johnny Mac. They will be joined by an amazing cast of international acts as they look to throw the biggest Halloween party ever. However, they might have bitten off more than they expected as one of their guests turns out to be none other than Dracula himself!
From undead zombie trapeze artists to fiery Mexican Jugglers the 2016 Spooktacular promises to be a rollercoaster ride from start to finish, it is also the Hippodrome debut of English acrobatic superstar Billy George, who’s mesmerizing spinning wheel act catapulted him into the semifinals of Britain’s Got Talent.
The Halloween Spooktacular has become a monster hit and producer Jack Jay can’t wait to celebrate Halloween with families from across the region.
“The great thing about our Halloween show is how much audience interaction there is, your not just watching the show, your part of it! Last year so many people from young kids to Grandparents came in full fancy dress and this year we want to encourage even more people to do the same”
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Book soon as this show is only on for a limited run of 10 days only. The Spooktacular runs from October 22 to October 31 with two shows everyday 2pm and 6pm, except the final day when there is one show only at 6pm. Saturday there are three performances 1pm, 4pm and 7pm.
To book tickets or for more details call 01493 844172 or book online at www.hippodromecircus.co.uk
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