Incredible Blood Brothers freakshow entertainers fresh from The Circus Of Horrors and the Carnival Of The Bizarre. They also compere the Carnival Of the Bizarre and their own shows.
Focusing heavily on sideshow skills, gruesome stunts and insane comedy, The Incredible Blood Brothers Freakshow is circus for grown ups, a vicious cabaret that can be tailored to run anywhere from 30 – 90 minutes.
Since launching this show they have had great success – the highlight so far being performing for 2000 people on the main stage of the Birmingham academy and a full 90 minute show at the Dancehouse theatre, Manchester. This is an independent production which is expected to be added to the Comedy Store, ‘Manchester Festival Of Comedy’.
Incredible Blood Brothers Freakshow Events
Briefly the show can include any or all of: Human blockhead, Glass eating, Bed of nails, Razor blade eating, Bed of broken glass, Human pincushion, Sword Swallowing, Human Dartboard, Stapling, Fire eating, The human beer straw, The worlds most disgusting balloon animal, The man with the unbreakable hand, Vacuum packed freaks, Freaky escapes.
David and Martin can also perform as a stilt walkabout act alongside the show if required, and can tailor the show to your needs.
As well as a busy performance schedule alongside Martin, David performs solo and is one of the lead acts on the Kerrang! Rock tour. He has undertaken his third tour with them, taking in 20 venues up and down the country, as well as organising a circus sideshow for the Kerrang! Weekender festival.
The full 90 minute two man show includes the two performers with a technician/stagehand provided. They do not require any complex lighting or sound set ups and can provide their own PA etc where one is not available at the venue. Mains power must be provided.
The shorter acts and walkabouts are lower priced with a 30 minute one man show and some stilt walkabout alongside + travel and accommodation where necessary. Alternatively a 60 minute two man show with some stilt walkabout alongside + travel and accommodation where necessary. For the smaller shows sound must be provided by the venue. A small PA system with CD is fine as they can bring their own mics.