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Acting a storm for Brighton Fringe
7:40pm Wednesday 30th January 2013 in News
All the world’s a stage for these performers.
The Mini Mall theatre company will stage a “fun and vibrant” performance of Shakespeare’s The Tempest at the Brighton Fringe festival in May.
To promote the show, the cast sat in a boat in Portslade on a windswept, rainy afternoon.
Director Alex Packer said the weather for the shoot had been suitably tempestuous.
He said: “The weather was just right, very apt. The show is a new hour-long adaptation aimed at young audiences.”
For more information on the Brighton Fringe, visit www.brightonfringe.org.
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