ROLL up to the big top, the Great Moscow Circus is coming to Warrnambool with a brand new show.
The circus for all ages was first brought to Australia by Michael Edgley 50 years ago.
For the last three years the circus has travelled more than 65,000 kilometres, showing to more than 900,000 people.
The show features new acts including the globe of death, knife-throwing, trapeze and clowns.
In the globe of death performance motorbike riders whizz around at speeds close to 80km/h in a sphere.
The traditional exotic circus animals are gone except for a posse of miniature horses.
The acts are from Russia with guest performers from around the world.
The circus will be in town from September 10-14, adjacent to Gateway Plaza, Raglan Parade, Warrnambool.