The world’s most extreme sideshow entertainment! The Monsters of Schlock present their two-man-circus-comedy-magic extravaganza!
What to expect from the Monsters Of Schlock
The Monsters of Schlock’s unbelievable show sees two guys burned, blistered, bloodied, concussed, hammered, hooked, pierced, padlocked, spit on, stapled, sliced, slapped, smashed and scratched all in the name of entertainment. A ride on a non-stop comedy roller coaster (sometimes with a tattoo gun), their show is jam packed with cartoonish levels of absurd violence – Tom and Jerry made flesh.
Performers The Great Orbax and Sweet Pepper Klopek combine amazing physical stunts and mind-blowing feats with slapstick, irony and home-made props. Why have a sofa when you can have an electric chair?
Gasp at stunts like mousetraps on the tongue and the human pincushion. Squirm with horror and admiration as Orbax pulls a lorry with chains hooked through his flesh. And why is Klopek microwaving his hand? (Oh, because Orbax said so. That’s OK then.)
Comedy takes the front seat as these two comedians lampoon extreme sideshows, magic, and the circus arts while performing some of the most amazing physical stunts ever seen! It’s a slapstick stunt show harking back to fairground side shows – we love it and you will too.
Watch through your fingers, laugh till you hurt, keep that first aid kit handy and enjoy the ride.
Teamwork and talent, pain and piercings
The Great Orbax has a PhD in physics and Sweet Pepper Klopek describes himself as a professional idiot. With backgrounds in professional wrestling and music, the pair met and discovered they shared a high pain threshold and a love of entertaining people. The Monsters of Schlock were born. Now they travel Canada and the world, making TV appearances and more. They hold over twenty-five Guinness world records, and can also be found in Ripley’s Believe It or Not.
The Monsters’ favourite gigs
The Monsters of Schlock have appeared on America’s Got Talent and turn up with camera crews to perform incredible stunts both in their native Canada and beyond. Look out for their stage show tours and book them for your festivals. There are still people out there who haven’t seen a grown man put a fork up his nose – it’s time to remedy the situation.