A Holiday at the Brighton Arts Festival
The Brighton Festival is one of the world’s leading and most established annual multi-arts festivals.
The Peacock Poetry Prize is a must attend. Here local poets between the age of 7 and 18 years respond to certain subject, commonly referred to as them, in an inventive and imaginative way. The peacock poetry prize offers young talents a chance to take part in the Brighton Festival. You will definitely be amazed by the creative submissions of young writers. The finals of this event are held at the Mayors Palour where winners are announced and awarded the poetry prize.
Ensure you stop by Flathamptom for a for a lifetime experience. This is a perfect place for family oriented adventures. Enjoy a ride on the crocodile bus as you head to the exhibition hall to view inhabits lying down in the flat buildings. At the Jeff’s Store, you will learn about the 2D way of living where businesses are carried out in a lying down position. Build up your own pop up shop as you watch your kids play on iPhone or laptops.
The Royal Theatre is another interesting place to be. You will be carried away by a young talented artist who plays a saxophone and washboard. There are chaos which are spectacularly choreographed while the aerialist spins in her tremendous silks. As the diva loses her wig, she magically swings upside down. This is an adrenaline-fueled acrobatic show that will definitely amaze you. There are also live performances by the various groups of talented artists of the Pirates of the Carabina. These artists entertain you with their own composed songs whilst promoting the theme of the festival. Laugh out loud, hold your breath as you enjoy the mix of theatre and circus.
Let you kids enjoy the diet of the Lauren Child at the Sallies Benney. Be entertained by the Charlie and Lola as you learn how the tiniest things in life, which are most commonly ignored, can really mean a lot to a 5 years old kid. Listen to these imaginative and quite inspiring stories of the Lauren child.
The Polly Dumba is usually held in Dome at the Founders Room. Wherever age you might be, you will definitely enjoy this magical experience. Let your family enjoy watching Polly Dumba as she engages with the magics of her marker pen. There are fascinating images displayed on the wide screen, interesting music and dances that enhance your experience at this lovely place. You cannot afford to miss this wonderful experience.
The festival also includes a wide range of outdoor performances at the Hove Park. From aerial acrobatics to live bands, you will always love this outdoor extravaganza. The Hove Park is filled with mixed emotions including joy, desperation, fear and excitement, which spice up your evening.