Dinner shows will never be the same again as CIRCO gets set to open its doors
With less than two weeks to go until CIRCO’s grand opening, limited tickets remain for its inaugural dinner show.
The new Seel Street live performance and creative event space, which recently unveiled its Never Ever Land concept, is set to open its doors on Friday, April 21.
Taking place between 6-10pm every Friday and Saturday, guests can select from three packages, all of which comprise three-course dining, alongside new aerial and acrobatic performances.
Owner Jason McNeill said: “As our official opening is just around the corner, we are thrilled that our new concept has already received such high anticipation and a warm reception amongst both new and familiar faces.
“Being the first of its kind in the UK, our new dinner shows break the mould when it comes to providing a jaw-dropping experience that reaches an impressive new height – literally. From the moment guests arrive, they will feel as though they’ve entered a realm of all things weird and wonderful. Not only will their senses be stimulated through a kaleidoscope of live performances and mesmerising visuals, they will be treated to a tempting sharing feast that unites flavours from stateside and Mexican influences.”
The ‘Grand Stand Seats’ include general floor seating, a three-course meal, an arrival shot and VIP waitress service, ‘Deluxe Grand Stand Seats’ provide of all of the above, with VIP Floor booth seating, whereby ‘Golden Ticket Seats’ offer VIP Mezzanine seats with the best views of all the action, a photo opportunity with cast and queue jump entry.
Jason added: “CIRCO’s new Never Ever Land concept is symbolic of next generation entertainment. While the team’s collective efforts have helped to shape the brand’s new mystical image and persona, our Creative Events & Production Director Louise Dutton has certainly pulled out all the stops when it comes devising a live production that incorporates show-stopping gravity defying performances with artistic class.
“While CIRCO’s image and key characteristics have evolved, we have kept a series of signature attributes that people know and love to ensure our stance as an iconic Liverpool institution will continue to reign.”
The purpose-built 7,000 sq. ft. space, which has a capacity of 250 seated and 1000 standing, will feature two dinner shows a week at 6pm with doors opening for a nightclub at 11pm.
In addition to its live performances, the unique venue can also be hired on an exclusive basis for private events such as corporate occasions and weddings.