Spookfest brings a Halloween extravaganza to Birmingham's Central Hall

The Twisted Circus will host a huge, indoor theatrical show on Friday 29th October.

Henry Lewis

Date published: 4th Oct 2016

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40 DJs and 20 performers will bring a horror show to Birmingham's Central Hall when Spookfest takes over the venue on Friday 29th October

It will be transformed into 'The Twisted Circus' where a live freak show will turn nightmares into reality as a host of house henchmen bring big beats to four main rooms.

The Twisted Big Top will host a night of upfront house with sets from James Hype, Marc Spence, Kiddo and George Kafetzis, who plays a homecoming show.

Elsewhere, it will be vinyl only in the House Of Wax where Deep City Soul, Alex Schmitz and more will delve deep into some funky house classics.

The likes of Joe Hunt, Chris K and Donkie Punch will bring bass house and garage classics to the Chapel Of Un-Rest while Tomola and Billy Bayliss, amongst others, will revive the 90s in the Asylum, hosted by the Acid Experiment.

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