Tarner Festival: The Weather Machine

As part of our partnership with Tarner Festival we are presenting two free dance performances. The first is The Weather Machine, a playful work for young children and their families, where two witty characters make magic out of dance and weather – from the pitter patter of the lightest rain shower to the awesome howl of a storm, from footsteps in the snow to the joyful celebration of sunshine.

Do the Weather Mechanicals control the weather or does the weather control them? Conjuring up the slapstick humour of Laurel and Hardy, the Weather Machine will give audiences a demonstration of their fantabulous contraption.

A 30 min performance followed by a 10 min stay & play for families.

Tarner Festival is a free annual event held at Tarner Park in Brighton on 25 September that brings the local community together and highlights the achievements of the children, young people and staff of the Tarner Community Project. Find out more here

Image: The Weather Machine. Photo by Jack Thompson.

Date and time
Saturday 25 September 2021
Kate Flatt Projects
Tarner Park

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