Roll up, roll up! Circus heading to Walsall
Acrobats, aerial performers, jugglers, magicians and clowns have descended on Walsall as part of a UK-wide circus tour.
Circus Sallai will be at Walsall Arboretum until Easter Monday, entertaining visitors from ages one to 100.
Salvatore Sambito, from the circus, said 16 artists will be performing, some from across the world.
He said: "We are touring the UK for the second year running.
"This year it's a story of acceptance. In the story we are taking a homeless man and accepting him into the circus family and he is willing to work hard and in the end he performs the circle act.
"The circus never has a limit for age, we say people can enjoy it from the age of one to 100.
"The title of this year's show is What a Wonderful Life.
"It's the second time we have performed in Walsall, last time it was heavily raining, different to the weather now, but everyone was really friendly and the mayor came out to see us too."
Circus Sallai will be performed at 5pm and 7.30pm on weekdays, 2pm and 5pm at the weekend and 2pm only on Monday.
For more information visit circus-sallai.co.uk