Sunday, 22 July 2012

Leeds Performance: The Fishes of Isis


Please check out the e-flyer for The Fishes of Isis: a play about the life of Pablo Fanque (1810-1871), Britain's first black circus proprietor immortalised on the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper... album (For The Benefit of Mr. Kite...). 

26th July, 6pm, arts@trinity, Boar Lane, LS1

The arts@trinity Summer Festival will host a series of diverse works, of which this is just one. The two-day fest is on the 25th & 26th and is made up of a variety of artists and works.

This 30min one man show focusses on how Pablo came to be buried in Leeds and his connections to Yorkshire.
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