Often, it's the smallest things, which cause the biggest astonishment. At the Flee Circus, the tiniest artists imaginable try to do so with their stunts.

By the time, the Flee Circus exhibited for the first time at the Theresienwiese, at the meager post-war Herbstfest in 1948, the attraction has already travelled a lot. Its founder Roloff Otava already has enchanted audiences all over Europe in the 19th century with the tiniest artists and athletes you could imagine seeing at a circus.

Drilled by the flee tamer Robert Birk, today's artists show off their skills in football, dancing or chariot races, hereby moving weights up to 20000 times their own body weight.