We found the waviest of garms

The nation’s favourite feel-good party returned up North last week for its final show in Leeds before the New Year.

Playing by the rules of the circus, students dressed to impress as they revelled in the Beaverworks fun house.

Top hats, bow ties and harlequins aplenty, we headed to Cirque to see who dressed the best.

Were you spotted?

Anonymous, Leeds Uni

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Jon Rabone, Geography 

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Clowning around: These students nailed the theme with their joker-esque masks

Dan Casey, Chinese and Spanish 

Absolutely bamboozled

Absolutely bamboozled

Ian Tozer, Psychology Graduate

Circus meets flowerpot men as Ian teams his bow tie with a tasteful, horticultural hat. Bill and Ben eat your heart out.

Circus meets flowerpot men as Ian teams his bow tie with a tasteful, horticultural hat. Bill and Ben eat your heart out.

Fraser Dexter-Smith, Biology

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The loudest shirt I ever did see. #zedgy

Elle Black, Art at Leeds Beckett

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She’s got a nose ring and five flowers in her hair…(Yes that is a McFly reference)

Rhiannon Evans, Architecture at Leeds Beckett

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The resident mime

Tanya- Marie Duodu, Biological Sciences

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Ringmaster: One of our best dressed from Good Life makes her reappearance at Cirque, teaming a feathered top hat with a bejewelled crop top

Olivia Strong, Politics and Sociology 

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Of course, no edgy night out in Leeds is complete without a bindi (or ten)…

and the best-dressed couple award goes to…

Tanya Marie-Duodu and Fraser Dexter Smith, Leeds Uni

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  • James Earling

    Nice to see some authentic reviews

  • Evan Pickering

    “dead horses are taking a flogging”

    “So convincing was her angry Scots turn that, if she had started shooting up on stage, I doubt anyone would have batted an eyelid.”
    Hahaha- Scottish people!