MEMORIES will be created when the magic of the circus comes to Rhyl.

Circus Starr, a community interest company, puts on accessible performances for children who have disabilities and additional learning needs.

This year's event will feature Ringmaster Joel Hatton, circus skills by Romy Bauer and foot juggling from Germaine Delbosq.

Michelle Crossley, fundraising director, said: "We’re excited to bring our inclusive event to Rhyl for the very first time.

"Our show is full of a variety of circus skills that have the power to inspire children of all abilities, and we know just what a difference that can make to a child in need.

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Joel Hatton - Unicycle. Picture: Andrew Payne

"For many families a trip to an event like ours could seem impossible, especially at this time of year, so we really look forward to welcoming deserving members of the community to come together and experience our magical show."

Last year, and previous years, the event has been held in Llandudno.

"Our events are only possible due to the kind support from businesses in Rhyl and surrounding areas, so thank you so much to anyone who has contributed so far to our worthy cause," Michelle added.

Loveable clowns Andreea and Nicolino will be on hand at the event to share smiles with those who need it most.

The event will be held at Rhyl Little Theatre on Saturday, January 25 2020. There will be two performances, one at 1.30pm and 4pm.

Tickets are free and distributed to schools, charities, and organisations. A limited number are available to apply for online at