Win tickets to see Zippos Circus in Wembley

PUBLISHED: 16:21 16 September 2015 | UPDATED: 16:21 16 September 2015

Zippos Circus is coming to Brent

Zippos Circus is coming to Brent


Zippos Circus is coming to Brent tomorrow and it promises to be bigger and better than ever.

For the first time in the UK the circus will include the legendary Globe of Terror speeding around a steel cage at over 60mph BUT while the cage splits open!

The circus will also feature acts such as Summer with her Liberty horses and high school riding, Mexican gentle humour of clown Mr Nadler featuring the loveable Speedy and Kenya Boys the tumbling and human pyramids.

It will be hosted as always by ringmaster and budgie-trainer Norman Barrett MBE.

The circus will be at Barham Park in Sudbury from tomorrow until September 22 and Zippos has teamed up with the Times for a unique competition.

The first prize winner will be given a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) and a unique photo-opportunity for themselves and their group to stand inside the motorcycle Globe of Terror before a performance and take their own photos with the dare-devil riders of Team Lucius on their stationary machines.

Four winners up will win a family ticket each.

To be in with a chance please answer the following question: What country is Mr Nadler from?

Please email you answer to with your name, address and a daytime telephone number.

Please title your email Zippos competition.

Closing date is tomorrow (September 17) at noon.

The winners will be picked at random.

For more information about the circus and for times and prices visit or call 0871 210 2100.

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