A FREE circus inspired show is coming to Warrington.

Circus Starr is returning to the town with its popular inclusive show.

Unlike a commercial circus, the company, which runs solely on donations from business in each area it visits, adapts the event to suit its unique audience by lowering the volume, toning down the lights, and providing sensory packs.

And it even offers free tickets.

This year’s production promises to ‘amaze the vulnerable and disabled children in attendance’ and it will see the return of ring mistress Mariska Gandey.

She will be joined on stage by the hilarious Brazilian clown, Lukinha, and Fingers Crossed who will be bringing acrobatic skills.

Due to rising costs and logistical challenges, the not-for-profit organisation is unable to hold the show outdoors this year.

But it is holding it indoors to ensure families don’t miss out on a magical performance, with the show set to take place at Birchwood Community School.

Fundraising director Michelle Crossley is looking forward to the Spring tour.

She said: “We love sharing our magical art form with those who usually miss out.

“I am so happy that we can still share a fabulous show with the community, despite the challenges we are currently facing.

“Thank you so much to all the businesses who have helped us continue our valuable work in their town.”

The show will take place at Birchwood Community High School on Saturday, June 8, at 1.30pm and 4pm.

Donations by anyone who would like to make a difference are welcomed by Circus Starr.

Families can apply for tickets although there is limited availability - www.circus-starr.org.uk/apply-for-tickets/