Performances started each day of the event at 11am and a visit to the Wall of Death fulfilled the need for excitement and satisfy a lust for danger. The spectacle of ever present danger, bravado coupled with the inevitable anticipation that something may go wrong as the artists cling to their machines, steering them with their feet, sitting sideways, backwards and forwards breaking down the forces of gravity.
The Show is suitable for the whole family; a show for the young and old that never fails to please. "An education for young children."
Visiting the show is stepping back in time, an encounter with days gone by as their artists challenge the laws of gravity, tempting mortality and invading all your senses, sight, sound, taste, smell and motion.
*While the majority of the entertainments at the Classic are included in the ticket price, the Wall of Death was an additional extra and cost £4 for adults and £2 for children.