Beyond Brookledge is a three-day entertainment extravaganza of music, magic, and performance. I went last year with my daughter Jane and we both loved it (see photos below). Part of the fun is that the performers are also attendees, and everyone mingled at meals and other times. It's hard to describe how special and fun this event was.
This year, Beyond Brookledge is taking place May 29-31 once again at the Mission Inn Hotel and Spa, Riverside, California. A ticket includes 2 nights hotel accommodation, scheduled meals, ‘round-the-clock entertainment and social activities with renowned magicians, musicians and comedy performers. I can't recommend it highly enough. I plan to go again this year, and Jason will be there too.
(I had such a fantastic time at Beyond Brookledge that I asked the co-producer, Bob Self, to partner with us on our upcoming Weekend of Wonder).
Boing Boing readers can get a 20% discount by using the Promo Code BOING on the online registration form.
This year’s lineup includes:
Billy The Mime
2 Headed Dog
Marquis Howell & Bibi Poubelle
The Automata of Thomas Kuntz
Here are some photos from Beyond Brookledge 2014:
Jane met artists Marion Peck and Mark Ryden. Mark said, "Beyond Brookledge may be the most incredible weekend of entertainment I've experienced in my life."
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