|3rd July 2021|
Beacon Arts Centre
Beacon Arts Centre Custom House Quay, Greenock PA15 1HJ
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Rescheduled from 19th September 2020 to 3rd July 2021, original tickets remain valid.
Carnival of Carnage is returning for its second year, after a successful sell out show 2019! This show brings you a huge variety of acts in pole dancing, aerial hoop, burlesque, chair dance, aerial hammock and comedy creating an event you will not want to miss.
Our 2020 show will bring in guest performers that have won world titles in their field, travel internationally to perform and know how to put on a great show.
Get ready for a night like no other that will having you laughing, gasping and cheering.
The show is in the Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock, a fabulous venue with great viewing to the stage, a bar and excellent transport links and free parking. Get your tickets now as this will be a sell out show again.
What people have said about our show:
“What a show!! The entire night was flawless from start to end. Put together so well and showed such a variety of performers from group pole to doubles hoop, aerial silks to burlesque and so much more. The theme was amazing and with the very entertaining compère the night ran smoothly. Already can't wait for next year's Carnival of Carnage!” - Heather, Greenock
“Great variety of performers and styles. Very well organised. Fabulously entertaining compere who kept everything moving along and kept audience entertained throughout. Wonderful event x” - Claire, Kilmarnock
“Incredible showcase for pole, aerial hoop, burlesque, silks, dance, you name it!” - Faye, Irvin
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