Hair-raising horrors to storm into Epsom
9:20am Friday 15th February 2013 in Freetime
The Circus of Horrors will take the audience on a whirlwind journey of the bizarre at the start of next month.
The show returns to Epsom Playhouse on Sunday, March 3, with daredevil and bizarre circus acts from around the world.
Doktor Haze, the ringmaster of the group, said: "Let's pack Epsom out to the rafters. They are going to get one hell of a show.
"There are really wondrous acts from all over the world."
The show has everything from a wolf boy called Jesus to a dwarf who opens beer bottles with his eye sockets.
Seventeen years after its conception at Glastonbury Festival the show has toured the world and achieved cult status.
The new Circus of Horrors sensation, which stormed into the finals of Britain's Got Talent, will have the audience on the edge of their seats.
The show centres on the death of a ventriloquist who leaves behind a doll that seems to have a mind of its own.
It is not suitable for children but they can attend accompanied an adult who is aware of its content.
Circus of Horrors; Epsom Playhouse, Ashley Road, Epsom; March 3; 7.30pm; £15 to £24; call 01372 742555, visit www.epsomplayhouse.co.uk