The Circus of Horrors will begin a brand new run of shows at the Lyric Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue on 28 October until 16 December. After 18 years of shock n’ roll thrills, The Circus of Horrors will this year be taking their audience through the horror of the plague-ridden London into the Great Fire in 1666.
The organisers have very kindly offered a pair of tickets to a lucky winner of our competition. It’s easy to win, simply send your name, address and contact number to Dan Howarth at [email protected], along with the correct answer to the question below.
Which UK TV show did The Circus of Horrors take by storm in 2011?
The competition will close at midnight on 20 November 2013.
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