Circus of Horrors, Classic Rock Show and Marvin Gaye Songbook lead the line-up at Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
The circus is back in town this weekend with a new set of horrors to stun audiences with a host of bizarre acts.
The Circus of Horrors is at the Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, on Saturday (February 10) with its Cabaret of Curiosities.
The production is tribute to Dr Haze the undead ringmaster and the creator of the Circus of Horrors who leaves behind a legacy of bizarre and daring entertainment.
It features beautifully bizarre circus acts, special effects, a sinister story and the darkest of magic all performed to an original rock score.
There will be sword Swallowers, Hairculean aerialists hanging from their hair while suspended above the auditorium, whirlwind jugglers, twisted contortionists, voodoo acrobats, pickled people, and hula hooping sideshow showgirls.
There is more rock at the concert hall the following night (February 11) when The Classic Rock Show comes to town.
Paying tribute to its favourite rock heroes, the production thunders through legendary performances from the likes of Led Zeppelin, Dire Straits, The Who, Eric Clapton, AC/DC, Queen, The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and many more.
Performed with note-for-note precision, bringing the original iconic and era defining recordings back to life on stage, with a sound and light show to match.
Finally, on Wednesday (February 14) there is tribute to the Prince of Motown in the Marvin Gaye Songbook.
It stars Nate Simpson, who recently played Bob Marley in hit West End musical Get Up, Stand Up!
The show feature’s many of the singer’s greatest tracks, including I Heard it Through the Grapevine, Sexual Healing, What’s Going On?
It is from the team behind The Magic of Motown, Lost in Music and Fastlove.