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Laura’s Parents’ Blog No 4. Brighton — Komedia

We (this is Leslie writing) had a nice drive south through forest and green Holstien-studded fields from Leicester. We arrived in Brighton, where Laura and Tucker managed the difficult route-finding through extremely narrow and picturesque lanes in the downtown area. We then went to Komedia, a well-known live entertainment venue which has a reputation for hosting award-winning cabaret, music and comedy teams. After the July Flames practiced and we enjoyed delicious, fresh salads from a local vegetarian place called Bill’s, Val and I took off with TN for the 3 mile walk back to our hotel along the beachfront promenade. Tenn loved looking at the magnificent lighted Royal Pavilion, which was originally built as King George IV’s pleasure palace. It’s an extensive series of buildings with impressive Indian architecture, magnificently restored to its original 1823 splendor. We then perambulated back to the hotel, taking in the fresh sea breezes along with assorted people activity along the way. Guess who was soundly asleep by the time we arrived…..

2 Responses to “Laura’s Parents’ Blog No 4. Brighton — Komedia”

  1. Otti Albietz Says:

    Hello!
    Watched your gig at the Komedia on Sunday, loved it very much. Even the funny ”jazz” bits by Mr. Blau! Been following you guys since 2003’s ‘troubled by the fire’, following which I had a crush for all of you, then since ‘Carbon Glacier’ have been truly in love. Hadn’t managed to be in the right place to catch you live till now, as I’m a singer/songwriter too.
    Big love
    Otti x

  2. Bryony Targett Says:

    I live in Brighton and unfortunately I missed my favourite artist performing at the Komedia, I was away on holiday. Please return next year Laura I think you are amazing!

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