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The Big Splash


Sunday, 27th May, from 1pm to dusk. Monday, 28th May, from 1pm to 5pm


For two whole days, Brighton Marina is trans- formed into an open-air tidal wave of inter national street art and aqua themed entertainment. This wonderland spectacle includes some real high- octane entertainment acts.


people come to see and join in some of the best free entertain- ment available of the South Coast during the last weekend of May. This year involvement and participation for all ages has become a big part of the event and huge ‘make & take’ work- shops will take place through- out both days in and around the Octagon area of the Marina. From Spain, ‘Katraska’


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showers us through comedy, mime and music. Starting with a huge crate which opens, the show becomes funnier and more bizarre as it carries on. France injects ‘Dynamogene


M. Culbuto’ as he rolls around and cannot be knocked. Following their popularity last year, you will see the return of ‘Picto Facto’ in the form of two strange beings, with inflatable back packs on scooters. South America is gonna


shake things up. ‘Teatro Pachuco’, a man standing alone is the street with a suitcase, invites a child from the audi- ence to join him, and creates magic and a suitcase full of sur- prises. ‘Teatro Marionetas’, the amazing frog marionette launches into complex piano


his event, now in its fifth year, is so popular that literally thousands of


pieces with both passion & flair. Australia is set to go up, up


and away but only if you join in. Watch ‘Leighton Stephens’ as he transforms into ‘Ledbuoy’ the amazing acrobat plus Dream State Circus as they excel in acrobatic balance. Some of UK’s best acts


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include: ‘Positive Productions’ brings a huge mobile dragon to entertain; ‘The Maharaja’s Feast’ a colourful spectacle not to be missed; ‘The Marbles’, three lively strolling players with a repertoire of waltz, calypso, rumba and rock ‘n roll; the hilar- iously funny ‘Cod Choir’ walka- bout act featuring two fishermen holding singing fish. Not forget- ting Brighton-bassed ‘Matzos’, a Klezmer band who have been playing together for about six years. They play east European music, including many of their own compositions Sunday night’s ‘Big Splash’


gives an explosive adieu to Brighton Festival with ‘The Dragon‘s Eye’, a pyro-musical extravaganza of acrobatics and dare devil fire stunts, all per- formed to an adrenalin-fuelled soundtrack. Come join us as these pyro-masters crank up the heat as the evening reaches a spectacular crescendo with a panoramic display.


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