BGT’s Forbidden Nights ready to entertain

Forbidden Nights
Forbidden Nights
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If you can muster the stamina to imagine a mix of Cirque Du Soleil and Magic Mike, then you’re not even halfway towards picturing a night as intoxicating and entertaining as Forbidden Nights.

The variety act caused an uproar when they appeared on Britain’s Got Talent in 2015, with their audition racking up more than 47 million hits on YouTube.

Seize the opportunity to see the sexy circus troupe in the flesh, as they bring dazzling new concepts and an awe-inspiring production.

This particular whistlestop as part of Forbidden Nights’ 90-date UK tour packs more entertainment than you can shake a pair of velcro jeans at.

Expect tons of tantalising theatrics with aerial chains and pole and cyr wheel routines.

Plenty of pyrotechnics will heat the theatre up even more, before the performers take to a raining stage for their legendary striptease.

The men behind the sensation have been known to take selfies with admirers, putting in the hours to make sure that your encounter is both intimate and intense.

Forbidden Nights

Kings Theatre, Southsea

Wednesday, October 5

kingsportsmouth.co.uk