After a two-year gap, the Wall of Death is coming back to its spiritual home in Boxford.
The show, which started in the 1920s, involves motorcycle riders hurtling round a barrel-shaped track set up in the The White Hart’s car park from September 26 to 28.
The pub has a link with the show because George ‘Tornado’ Smith – whose parents owned the White Hart for 30 years – was a stunt rider along with his pet lioness called Briton.
Landlord Mark Willis said: “The Wall of Death is an incredible part of our local history, and remains a true spectacle that really must be seen to be believed.
“We’re delighted to be able to pay homage to Boxford’s very own eccentric thrill-seeker by once again bringing the Wall of Death back to the pub. Everyone is looking forward to sharing stories of Tornado’s unbelievable feats.”