Event


Leah Stuttard harp, musical director
Clare Salaman bowed strings
Ian Harrison winds, percussion, voice
Jeremy Avis voice, education lead

BREMF Community Choir

Andrew Robinson voice, director

BREMF Consort of Voices

Deborah Roberts director

Streetfunk

JP Omari choreographer

Children from Westdene & Goldstone Primary Schools
Saskia Wesnigk-Wood director
Thomas Guthrie creative consultant

A highly apt ending to our festival of so many transformations, the Feast of Fools originated in 11th-century France and spread throughout Europe until as late as the 16th century when it was finally banned.

During this much-loved festival, with its roots deep in antiquity, much of society was inverted; in particular the young were empowered, a child crowned Bishop and the noble ass revered!

Join our merry party in the ultimate metamorphosis, and enjoy a wide range of medieval and renaissance music as you’ve never experienced it. Community and family-friendly event suitable for children allowed to stay up a bit later!

Supported by Garfield Weston Foundation,The Hobson Charity and the Sussex Community Foundation


Some highlights from the performance at BREMF 2019: