THE SHOW MUST GO ON…

THE SHOW MUST GO ON…

BRING A BLANKET FOR THE BOAT

In typical Brighton fashion, the show must go on! And even though we didn’t have our annual jolly May Festival, with all the Fringe delights that come with it, many items on the agenda were re-scheduled for autumn, including the much anticipated ANYTIME THE WIND CAN CHANGE shadow puppet performance.

With ample venues offering suitable social distancing space, the Brighton Open Air Theatre (BOAT) is a fine example of how to host a performance- set in the charming amphitheatre setting in Dyke Road Park. And what a show I settled on for premier jaunt into the autumn agenda. Starting with a burst of the mesmerising Benjamin Yellowitz, performing an acoustic set as the sun set. 

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ANYTIME THE WIND CAN CHANGE

Sara Darling

Hello there, Thanks for reading! I am an ex fashion stylist (gave it up to follow my gypsy soul). Now writing words for mags and websites on culture, fashion, travel and wellness. As well as copywriting for numerous fashion and travel clients, I write features, interviews and reviews for clients including Schon! magazine, Riverside Journals, Style of the City magazine, Eluxe magazine, Kensington and Chelsea magazine, Stylenest.com, FlushtheFashion.com, Faultmagazine.com, Luxurylifestylemagazine.com, BespokeBlackBook.com and more! Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @WordsByDarling @1stClassDarling