Que hacer este fin de semana en Granada!

El manicomio de los horrores

Welcome to Love Speaking’s weekend guide. This week we are focusing on one interesting event in Granada, which you can check out and improve your English at the same time!

Whether you enjoy watching movies, going to the theatre, attending concerts and sports events or enjoying the nightlife, there is always something for everyone!

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Quick facts!

  • Genre: Circus
  • Style: Contempory
  • Summary: The new show from the Circus of Horrors promises even more acrobatics, more theatre and more comedy, but this time with an insane asylum environment.
  • Dates: from 5th October 2012 to 14th October 2012
  • Theatre: Carpa del Circo de los Horrores (Junto al Hipercor)
  • Where? Granada / Granada


The Circus of Horrors is exactly what the name suggests, a circus complete with costumes, music and horror stories which create a terrifying atmosphere. Vampires, demons, zombies and other imaginary horror figures are featured throughout the shows.

It was created by Suso Silva, who put the circus together with the idea of presenting a new type of show that the public were looking for.  In the past, they have recreated an old, gothic cemetery scene with gargoyles, tombstones, fog and all of the creatures mentioned before.

The Asylum of Horrors is a new show which will show us a dangerous environment where all kinds of mentally ill patients live. It is located in a hospital where the doctors and nurses do not keep watch on the inmates but continue to destroy their minds under terrible delusions.

It is the perfect event for Halloween!


Nuevo vocabulario

Vampires  =  vampiro

Demons  =  demonio

Zombies  =  zombie

Imaginary  =  imaginario

Cemetery  =  cementerio

Gargoyle  =  gárgola

Tombstone  =  lápida

Fog  =  neblina

Creatures  =  criaturas

Inmate  =  Prisoner  =  paciente hospitalizado

Delusions  =  ideas delirantes

Publicado el by ryan Publicado en Novedades, Weekend Blog

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