Take a trip to the circus and feel like a Big Kid again


Big Kid Circus is back, and it’s bigger and better than ever.

With time away from the big top due to the pandemic, the family-run circus is now back up and running at full capacity and is excited to welcome back people of all ages to their eight new shows all over Scotland.

Founded in 2005 by husband and wife duo, Biliana and Kiril Kirilov Big Kid Circus has successfully produced 16 annual tours in the UK. Now, they’re bringing the circus magic back to Scotland.

With over 50 years on the road, and three generations involved in the running of the show, Big Kid Circus has family and entertainment at its heart. Here’s what you can expect from the tour in Scotland this year.

Where can I go to Big Kid Circus?

Big Kid Circus will be touring Scotland from March all the way to May. Here’s where you can see the amazing acrobats and talented tightrope walkers:

Dumfries- A five day special at The Showfield from Wednesday, March 16 to Sunday, March 20.

Ayr- Watch the stunning performances at Ayr United Football Stadium from Wednesday, March 23 to Sunday, March 27.

Bathgate- Your favorite circus performers will be at Meadow Park from Wednesday, March 30 to Sunday, April 3.

Glasgow – Join the fun at Alexandra Park from Wednesday, April 6 to Sunday, April 10.

Loch Lomond – Take part in the fantastic seven day special at Balloch from Tuesday, April 12 all the way to Monday, April 18.

Muir of Ord- See the magic yourself at Black Isle Showground from Wednesday, April 27 to Sunday, May 1.

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Forres – Get down to Grant Park from Wednesday, May 4 to Sunday, May 8.

Bucky- Be a part of the grand finale of the Scottish tour at Linzee Gordon Park from Wednesday, May 15 to Sunday, May 15.

To find out more about what times you can visit Big Kid Circus, and to book tickets now, visit the website here.



Big Kid Circus is touring eight different locations throughout Scotland this year

What can I expect to see on my visit?

Big Kid Circus is a family run business with entertainment at the forefront of all they do.

Whilst husband and wife, Biliana and Kiril are passionate about putting on the best performances possible for their audiences, the love for circus entertaining doesn’t stop there. The next generation of the Kirilov family are David, Julia and Nicole who are the children of Biliana and Kiril, and have taken on the tradition and responsibility to continue the family legacy.

Nicole, being the youngest of the three, enjoys performing and aims to carry on the circus path to fame when she grows up, and follow in her parents and older siblings footsteps.

An integral part of the logistics side of things, David manages the team of employees, and travels frequently between Asia and the UK to provide training and support to teams in both regions.

Graduating with a BA in Events Management from Leeds Beckett University, as well as a master’s degree in Public Relations and Communications, Julia aims to grow the company by promoting inclusivity. She aims to show the social importance of the circus within today’s society.

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This year, Big Kid Circus is touring Scotland with ‘MAYHEM’.

The MAYHEM show at Big Kid Circus will leave you on the edge of your seat. From flying acrobats to incredible motorbike stunts, there is everything to keep the whole family entertained.

The Big Top opens 30 minutes before the show starts, so there is plenty of time to grab your snacks and find your seat.

Whilst prams and buggies are not allowed inside the seating area, there is a handy area where they can be parked out of the way for everyone’s safety, just ask the staff on hand where to go.

The stunning show will last approximately one hour, forty-five minutes and non-flash photography and video is welcome. If you do take any pictures or videos of the performances and your family enjoying their time in the Big Top, don’t forget to tag the Big Kid Circus team on Facebook or Instagram so they can see how much fun you’ve been having.

How much are tickets and where can I buy them?

Ticket prices for Big Kid Circus start from as little as £8.99 and can be booked online via the Big Kid Circus website.

Prices may vary depending on the time and date of the show, but children under two get in for free, as well as one carer per disabled person getting free entry into the Big Top.

The team at Big Kid Circus encourage guests to book online in advance to avoid disappointment.

To book your tickets for the Scotland tour now, visit the Big Kid Circus website here.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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