Where Monsters Come to Party
It’s tough being a monster. Having to be scary and awesome all the time, when really what you want to do is party. Well, now you can. Whatever sort of critter you are, you’re invited to the Monster Ball
Monster Ball is your event. Bring your googly eyes. Bring your extra head. Bring your fangs, your scales and your claws – and your fire-breathing dragon.
If you’re not really a monster, we don’t care. Make a costume. Make yourself the most magnificent, magical, mysterious monster suit and we promise not to tell the real monsters you’re gatecrashing their party. Dressing up is not essential but this is a great opportunity for you to don a costume and make some hocus pocus diplodocus happy monster noises and crazy dance moves.
It’s going to be stupendous
Monsters like things big, bold and surprising so we’re promising big, bold and surprising acts.
Aerial Acrobats. Clowns. Cabaret.
There will also be bubbles, games, face painting and crafts because Monsters also like to chill.
It’s a place for Monster Moves. And then we’ll hit the dance floor. Great tunes, great beats, all through a Monster sound system.
Well-behaved Aliens are very welcome. Well-behaved Adults are welcome too.
★Meet the marvellous Mike McCallum – the contortionist who’s more curly than a Curly Wurly and bendier than a bendy straw.
★A woman who knows there’s more to the hula hoop than a crunchy snack – watch aerial artist Yammel Rodriguez twist, turn and loop the loop in a hula hoop.
★Better at singing than 99.999999999% of everyone else, Llio Evans hails from the Welsh town with the longest name so, naturally, she’s good at tongue-twisters too.
★Madcap comperes, Nikki, JD and Arthur might make you want to run off and join the circus. But if you do that, you’ll end up as bonkers as they are. And you’ll miss Christmas, So don’t.
The Monster Ball starts at 2 pm.
Spaceships at 4 pm.
Doors open at 1.45pm.
This is a standing show.
It’s recommended for families with children aged 10 years and under.
Every person in your group will need a ticket of their own, apart from babies aged under 12 months who come free with a paying adult.
Children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times (a maximum of three children per adult please).
Healthy snacks will be on sale during the event.
Nappy-change facilities and buggy-parking available.
The Spiegeltent is wheelchair accessible with disabled toilet facilities.