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I don’t know about you but we are keen to make up for lost time and a visit to the circus is long overdue
It’s been a long time coming and one of things we have missed as a family is attending the circus together. We love it all! The smell of the greasepaint the roar of the crowd, the candy floss and ice cream and laughing together as a family.
The Hippodrome Circus Great Yarmouth is back with a bang and didn’t disappoint in the Summer months but what do we have to look forward to now? Luckily the Hippodrome Circus has you covered with both a Halloween Spooktacular (do you see what they did there?) swiftly followed by a Christmas Spectacular.
The Halloween Spooktacular at Hippodrome Circus Great Yarmouth
This will run for 10 days from October 22nd finishing on Halloween itself 31st October. Spectators will be treated to a 360-degree experience with the show once again being staged in the full Hippodrome auditorium.
With a cast comprised of circus artistes and dancers along with local favourite comedy star (every town has one) “The Man They Call G”. They are joined by Jack Jay & Johnny Mac on a spooky adventure in The Man They Call G’s Haunted hotel. Expect ghosts and ghouls and belly laughs.
Tickets are expected to sell fast so don’t delay book today!
The Christmas Spectacular at Hippodrome Circus Great Yarmouth
Visitors are in for a treat this Christmas where they will be whisked away to a magical circus experience by Norfolk family favourite Ben Langley who returns alongside host Jack Jay bringing Christmas cheer to the circus.
The Hippodrome will be festively decorated to host one of Europe’s largest festive productions which is sure to delight young and young at heart.
The Christmas Spectacular will run from December 11th to January 9th and early booking is advised.
For more details for these shows and more check out hippodromecircus.co.ukFollow me on social media for more!
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