Family Tickets To Be Won In Our Cirque Berserk! Competition

Answer one simple question to see this spectacular show in the West End

After sell-out runs and tours in 2016 and 2017, Cirque Berserk! the UK’s biggest theatre-circus spectacular is coming back to the Peacock Theatre in London’s West End.

And you could win a Family Ticket to see the show free at the performance of your choice (subject to availability).

Combining contemporary cirque-style artistry with adrenaline-fuelled stunt action, Zippos Cirque Berserk! is a danger-filled spectacle to amaze audiences from 5 to 95. 

Bringing this treasured form of live entertainment bang up-to-date in a jaw dropping spectacular created especially for theatre. Witness the world’s most dangerous circus act with the legendary motorcycle GLOBE OF DEATH – four motorcyclists reaching speeds of over 60mph within the confines of a locked steel cage. PLUS experience thrilling acts from over 30 jugglers, acrobats, aerialists, dancers, drummers and daredevil stuntmen.

Amazing physical comedian TWEEDY also joins the troupe - family entertainment at its best!

Don’t miss out. Enter now! We have TWO FAMILY TICKETS (each for two adults and two children) to give away for West End performances between February 5-17.

As a Prize-winner, you’ll be given an exclusive photo-opportunity for yourself and your group to stand beside the motorcycle Globe of Death before a performance and take your own photos with the dare-devil riders on their stationary machines. Just email to tell us:

Cirque Berserk logoHow many motorcyclists perform in the Globe of Death?

Send your answer to: to arrive by January 26. Don’t forget we’ll need your name and phone number as well as your email address, and please put 'Cirque Berserk! competition' in your email header.

Cirque Berserk! will contact winners to arrange their show tickets. There is no cash alternative. The organisers’ decision is final.   

To book on-line for 2018 Theatre Tour dates and venues, show times and prices, please visit

Globe of Death motorcyclists

January 3, 2017