Imagine if the circus was only for grown ups…
Cirque du Vulgar is a night of risqué live entertainment, featuring stunning strip-tease routines, electrifying daredevil stunts, filthy comedy, nipple-tassels and naughty aerial acts, alluring hula-hoops and sexy strong men which will take you on a journey to another world.
For one night only under the Big Top, this adult show blends modern circus acts with feather dances and insane stunts you won’t forget!
VIP tickets £25 each (Ringside tables, includes interaction from Vulgar characters and one free drink)
Individual Tiered seating tickets £15 each
This is an over 18s event so please bring ID with you.
Tickets available NOW from www.cirquevulgar.com
Josh is a rising star in the comedy world and has not only written for some of your favourite TV shows but also appeared on BBC3.
His solo shows “A Boy Named Pugh” and “The Changingman” have garnered rave reviews and it’s an honour to have him grace our stage.
•English Comedian of the Year 2016
•Hot Water Comedian of the Year 2016
•Birmingham Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2015
•Nottingham Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2015
•Midlands Comedy Awards new comedian of the Year 2014 & 2015
“offbeat ideas, strong imagery and dry observational asides, he finds laughs in unusual places. A promising voice” – Chortle
“A keen comic mind” – London Evening Standard
1) Harvey Hawkins
Critically acclaimed, award winning Harvey has performed alongside such comedy legends as Gary Delaney, Tom Stade and Joe Lycett to name but a few – and more importantly he’s a top guy too.
••Birmingham Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2016
2) Adam Beardsmore
Adam has performed at the BBC New Comedy 2016 awards and was nominated for the Birmingham Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2018 but narrowly lost out to the multiple award winning comedian Laura Monmoth.
Currently gigging alongside TV stars, it’s only a matter of time before he makes it big.
3) Danny Clives
This abstract genius has supported people such as James Acaster and Joe Lycett with his awkward, surreal comedy stylings.
He truly is the comedian’s comedian of the moment.
4) Douglas Carter
Doug has done it all. He’s created multiple viral videos, won several comedy awards despite only starting in 2017 and has even upset Jeremy Kyle by exposing his cruel tactics on his hit Facebook page, Random Wafflebollox.
•Midlands Comedy Awards new comedian of the Year 2018
All this will be loosely held together by the bizarre Donald Mackerel, Shropshire native, Cheshire Cat Comedian of the Year 2018 and Midlands Comedy Awards New Comedian of the Year 2018 runner up.