AN unbelievable experience like no other, this circus act gracing The Big Top stage this month has performances tailored both to family and adult-only audiences.

The Warrington Guardian got a sneak peek at what is in store for the return of Circus Funtasia and Cirque du Vulgar.

Circus Funtasia is a show made to entertain the whole family, with comedian and host for the event, The Geek, doing a range of sketches in between introducing the fascinating and talented acts.

Warrington Guardian: Funtasia group Funtasia group (Image: Dave Gillespie)

Celebrating 10 years on the road, the show is packed with ‘world-class talent’ and some of the tricks and stunts will leave audiences awestruck.

As well as fire breathers creating the heat on stage, there is also great performances from a roller-skating duo, as well as ‘stunning’ aerialists and a dramatic ‘wheel of death’ challenge.

Warrington Guardian: Funtasia Funtasia (Image: Dave Gillespie)

Tickets are on sale with shows taking place up until April 16 at the venue on Orford Lane.

Cirque Du Vulgar is a spicy amalgamation of performances made for an 18 plus audience.

Warrington Guardian: Cirque du VulgarCirque du Vulgar (Image: Dave Gillespie)

A show packed with anything and everything, the circus stints range from ‘daredevil stunts’, ‘filthy comedy’ to live strip teases.

If you consider yourself to be a lover of dark or outrageous comedy, then this will be an event you will not want to miss out on.

Also performed under The Big Top in Orford, the group will be performing for two nights on April 8 and 15 and the show beings at 8.30pm. Standard tickets are £20 and VIP tickets are available too at £30 each for an up-close experience.

Warrington Guardian: Cirque du Vulgar / Funtasia Cirque du Vulgar / Funtasia (Image: Dave Gillespie)

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Warrington Guardian: Cirque du Vulgar Cirque du Vulgar (Image: Dave Gillespie)