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.

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.

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.


“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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