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THE SECRET CIRCUS COMES TO KINGS ARMS SALFORD FOR BONFIRE NIGHT
 

Star date: 4th November 2017

FIREWORKS, BURLESQUE, COMEDY, MUSIC AND CIRCUS

The Secret Circus Firework Freakshow
Sunday 5th November 8pm
The Kings Arms £8adv/£10 on door

The Secret Circus comes to Salford for the first time tomorrow night with a 'Firework Freakshow' at The Kings Arms as burlesque, comedy, music, dance, circus performers and, er, fireworks set the night off with a bang...

Full details here...


The Secret Circus
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Bonfire Night marks the first visit to Salford by The Secret Circus, which promises "a night you will never forget"...

The troupe have performed sell-out shows in Liverpool, LA, London and at the Edinburgh Fringe since being founded only three years ago by two students who felt the entertainment on offer in Liverpool was lacking in originality.

Featuring at The Kings Arms tomorrow night will be burlesque by Amore Rocks and Little Peaches; dance by Claire De Lunacy; music from Lucy Lockwood; comedy/spoken word from Gav Cross, Liam Hale, Dave Viney, Joy France and Josh Jones; hoops by Victor Vortex from Hula Erotica, plus everything you might expect from a 'Firework Freakshow'.

"The Secret Circus is a family and I think that's why so many people connect to it" says co-founder Chanel Samson "It reflects Liverpool's spirit of individuality and acceptance no matter who you are or where you come from or what you like in bed! Just so long as we respect each other and come from a space of love, anything goes..."

And fellow co-founder, Eve Howlett adds: "The Secret Circus was created to celebrate the amazing talent in Liverpool and create a community with a little something for everyone. In just a few years we have been shocked about how much it has exceeded our expectations. We cannot wait to see how much further it can grow!"

All profits from The Kings Arms night will go to The Proud Trust "because we are passionate supporters of LGBTQ causes"....

The Secret Circus Firework Freakshow
Sunday 5th November 8pm
The Kings Arms

Tickets £8adv/£10 on door Ė for details click here


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