A CIRCUS troupe will be performing a winter extravaganza with the help of British Sign Language at Dudley Town Hall next month.

Circus Starr will perform their latest show, 'The Greatest Snowman', with two signed performances at Dudley Town Hall on Tuesday February 15.

Known as the 'circus with a purpose', Circus Starr is a not-for-profit company that provide accessible and inclusive performance for vulnerable and disabled children.

The show will see Bippo the clown judge contenders such as Jack Frost and Olaf to the title of the greatest snowman, along with circus feats such as unicycling, low wire, and juggling.

A spokesperson for the group said: "Our show is as magical as a snowflake, and we know that our audience is just as unique. Both performances will be signed by BSL interpreters meaning they can be enjoyed by anyone who may have a hearing impairment. So come and chill out at one of our relaxed performances, where we welcome you no matter what your needs may be."

'The Greatest Snowman' comes to Dudley Town Hall on Feburary 15, with performances at 4.45pm and 7pm.