The Vintage Strongman is a strapping young moustachioed chap and a true gentleman. Eager to demonstrate his incredible strength with a genuine live performance of bending metal and lifting people, the Vintage Strongman will also educate young men on the necessary attributes of becoming a proper gentleman. His Victorian sideshow-style performance is laced with quips, strength skills, themed attire, good humour and audience participation.
Harking back to the 19th century type of circus performer who would impress with displayed feats of strength, our Vintage Strongman is every bit the entertainer. Audiences of all ages and all backgrounds love his amusing stage character whilst being completely blown away by what he can do. A section of our vintage gentleman’s feats of strength and classic strongman tricks include:
- Bending metal rods
- Bending metal bars into hearts
- Twisting horseshoes
- Rolling up frying pans
- Smashing watermelons on his head
- Tearing a phone book or pack of cards
- Breaking out of chains
- Bench pressing a member of the audience
- Lifting and spinning two people on a large pole
- Pulling cars or trucks
Available for your event in all manner of ways this retro circus performer can be booked solely to demonstrate his mighty strength and wow your guests with a quick performance. Alternatively, the Vintage Strongman can offer a fascinating and highly amusing cabaret show style lecture on “how to improve oneself and become a true gentleman..as well as the reason for the need to be one”.
The old fashioned circus performer and his Victorian sideshow is perfect for themed events, especially any based around the 19th century, as well as festivals, cabaret shows, carnivals, family events, promotional activities, corporate clients and much much more.
Clients range from corporate giants like Bloomberg to brides and grooms for the wedding day. The super strong Victorian gentleman has been seen on Britain’s Got Talent, France’s Rock N’ Roll Circus, The great Escape Festival and much further afield.
To book this dear fellow, be sure to contact our squires at Scarlett Entertainment.