CIRCUS fans have fallen 'head over heels' with a dazzling production that has rolled into Kilmacolm.

Contortionist Amiri Kisingaji from Tanzania is one of the stars of Circus Montini at Birkmyre Park.

As part of his act, he uses his extraordinary flexibility to squeeze himself in to a tiny box.

Audiences have also been blown away by brilliant breakdancers from Hungary, amazing acrobats, a laser show and a hilarious clown from Portugal.

Circus director Tony Hopkins says this is the third time he has brought the smaller scale circus to the village and it always gets a great reaction.

He said: "I like taking the circus to smaller towns which don't get the big circuses.

"People are quite pleased that we are taking the trouble to bring it to smaller towns as it means they don't have to travel to see something.

"This circus is a more intimate arena so there is a good atmosphere.

"The clown is from Portugal and he has a great rapport with the audience.

"There's some audience participation which goes down very well.

"The contortionist is very popular with the audience, they really like him.

"There's also breakdancers from Hungary and a laser act which is like something you would see at Glastonbury and that also goes down very well.

"We also have a rolla bolla act where the performer balances on six cylinders on top of a motorbike and at the top is a board like a seesaw.

"There's quite a variety with something for all the family."

Circus Montini has its last shows today (Wednesday) at 3pm and 7pm.

Tickets are available online or by phoning 0844 441 5228.