WALTON HALL PARK
CIRCUS EXTREME STATEMENT:
Unfortunately we are unable to perform our scheduled dates in Liverpool.
This is a situation completely out of our control & we are devastated about it.
It is caused by the hesitancy to take us out of the next step of Lockdown and
we would have continued as a socially distanced venue but Liverpool Council
would not accept that.
This means our Liverpool dates are cancelled but you have 2 options, you can
contact your ticket agent and ask to transfer your tickets for our dates at the Trafford
Centre Manchester (running until July 18th), subject to availability or you could request a refund.
We will now be in Halifax instead for the same period that we would have been in Liverpool and then follow up with visits to Bristol, Paignton, Plymouth & London.
Circus Extreme are extremely sorry for any problems caused by this change of venue.
VENUE & PARKING INFO
Walton Hall Park in Walton, Liverpool, England is a 130-acre (0.53 km2) park. It was opened to the public on 18 July 1934 by King George V when he visited Liverpool to open the Queensway Tunnel. The origins of the park date back to Henry de Walton, steward of the West Derby hundred in 1199.
The park contains two lakes. The larger lake has two islands and is inhabited by several large carps, bream and tench fishes as well as a large amount of skimmer breams, roaches and perches. The smaller lake has a path running around the perimeter.