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Cirque Du Hilarious

CBBC and panto star Danny Adams is bringing his side-splitting Cirque Du Hilarious tour back to the North East after cancelling last year’s due to the pandemic. 

The new tour will see Danny perform his much-loved slapstick comedy alongside real-life brother Mick Potts and dad Clive Webb, who all star together in CBBC’s Danny & Mick, as well as the Theatre Royal’s annual Christmas pantomime.

The comedy trio will take to the stage in the Laughter Dome big-top tent for three shows a day, six-days a week in Brockbushes Farm, Corbridge, from July 17th – August 8th and the Beaconsfield by Blue Reef Aquarium, Tynemouth from August 11th – 30th, alongside some of the world’s best circus performers.

The Chaos 2021 show will look a little different this year due to Covid-19: the big-top will see audiences seated in bubbles, socially distanced, with staff wearing face shields and sanitizing the tent in-between each show.