Trinity Big Top

In August 2013 Kay Ruby took the Breakfast at Trinity’s model to the next level.

In collaboration with the Trinity Theatre & Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells, Kay Ruby directed the Trinity Big Top , a week-long arts festival, with Invisible Flock’s arts installation Bring The Happy at its core.

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The Trinity Big Top programme

The Trinity Big Top was a collection of performance and activity, brought together inside a circus style big top, pitched in the middle of the back garden of the Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells Kent in August 2013.

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Tunbridge Wells was Invisible Flock’s third town on their Bring The Happy tour. Bring The Happy was at the heart of The Trinity Big Top in August 2013.

P R E S S

“Trinity Big Top artistic director Kay Ruby said: “The Big Top has captured everyone’s imagination. We’ve had an amazing response, people seem eager to support this new exciting local project” 

Mary Harris – Kent Live News

“When Kay Ruby starts to explain the upcoming Big Top event to be held in the grounds of Trinity theatre, even she can’t avoid a giggle at the thought of a three pole circus style tent in the garden of a converted church….”

Caroline Read – Kent & Sussex Courier

“The Big Top has a lovely atmosphere, and still to come is Breakfast at Trinity’s, Comedy Cafe, Bring the Happy, Vintage Fair, plus films and workshops….”

“Loved it! Have a good one tomorrow morning!”

“Positive votes all round for the whole week – something for everyone I’d say..”

These Memories Which – A Tunbridge Wellian’s blog

 

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