Yesterday, we kicked off a fortnight of retrospectives with a look at the Cannock Chase Organ Club’s restoration of the Wurlitzer at the Blackpool Opera House.   Today we are remembering the spectacle that was As the World Tipped; a remarkable piece of aerial theatre with a strong environmental theme at Blackpool Cricket Club.

Kirsty Jennings joined the crowds to review this free event, brought to town by LeftCoast, and Jill Reidy caught the action with her camera.

Click the photo for the full review and gallery.

As The World Tipped
As the World Tipped
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