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Circus-style theatre show, Cirque Enchantment will be visiting Maidstone

PUBLISHED: 14:30 11 January 2017 | UPDATED: 14:30 11 January 2017

Cirque Enchantment

Cirque Enchantment

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The story focuses on a girl with a big imagination, as she reads her enchanted storybook the circus in her mind comes to life live on stage

Cirque Enchantment, the circus concert, is heading to Maidstone this January.

The story focuses on a girl called Scarlett with a big imagination, as she reads her enchanted storybook the circus in her mind comes to life live on stage. What follows is an adventure through good and evil lead by the captivating vocals of Miss Enchantra. With an eclectic musical soundtrack including current hits from One Direction, Sia, Paloma Faith, Rihanna and Beyonce in addition to a mix of classical, rock, dance and classic favourites.

Creative director and writer Stuart Glover says: “Enchantment is a stunning new production with a modern contemporary feel, bringing something new to UK Theatres. If you are a fan of pop music, dance and circus then this is the show for you. We want to fill those cold winter afternoons and evenings with some breathtaking magic.”

Paige Brooklyn Cook who stars as Miss Enchantra commented: “I am delighted to join the original cast of Cirque Enchantment. What a great way to kick start 2017 with a magical creative, colourful and dynamic production.”

Get ready to enter the circus of your mind when this production comes to the Hazlitt Theatre on January 28.

For tickets visit parkwoodtheatres.co.uk/Hazlitt-Theatre

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