The sensational Phoenix Circus touches down in Peterhead next week.
During its first ever tour of Scotland, organisers promise a mix of colour, fun and fantasy.
Fips the Clown will host the evening at the Big Top at Peterhead’s West Links as the circus’s international performers take audiences on “a world voyage of comedy and wonder”.
Audiences will be transported to Kenya for an awe inspiring acrobatics display from the Zulu Warriors.
Then it’s off to France for a fantastic display from award winning jugglers Antoine and Deborah Micheletty.
Expect to be on the edge of your seat as mysterious Mongolian Zulu climbs the Big Top on his balancing chairs.
The Ulaan Sisters are gauranteed to thrill with their amazing contortionist routine.
Next it’s over to Russia for a breathtaking trapeze display then back home to the UK for an adventure with British uni-cyclist Joel Hatton.
Visitors can enjoy these magical acts and many more AT 7.30pm from Saturday 11th to Thursday 16th June.
There are also weekend mattinees at varying times. Call 0871 210 2100 or visit www.zippos.co.uk for further information and to book tickets. Tickets are also available at the door.
The Buchanie is giving away a beautiful model musical Big Top plus a VIP family ticket for Phoenix Circus and a number of free tickets.
All you have to do is answer this simple question:
What colour is a traditional clown nose?
Send your answers to the Buchan Observer, 28-30 Seagate, Peterhead, AB42 1JP or pop by in person.
All entries to be in by 2pm this Friday (June 10) so get your skates on!