Weather Sisters bring magic to Blackburn BID’s Festival

Blackburn’s ownPop up Princesses’ will take to the stage at a nature themed festival with their magical microclimate for a singalong including the recent chartbuster ‘Let It Go’.

Countryside Comes to Town organised by the Blackburn BID features a range of free family fun events from the enchanting world of princesses and street theatre to a giant talking compost heap and a 30 foot sleeping sow.

Pop Up Princesses, was founded by 26 year old Amy Toole from Pleasington and provides costumed portrayals of fictional characters for events, Amy said: “It’s exciting to be part of an event taking place in the town I grew up in. Countryside Comes to Town festival looks like it’s going to attract massive numbers and it’s a real privilege to be one of the stars of the show.”

Performing arts graduate and former Westholme pupil Amy, found employment as a cruise line performer before launching the flourishing business which has featured in OK Magazine and on ITV’s Text Santa. Miss Toole, added: “The business has gone from strength to strength and in the near future we will be expanding and increasing the number of experienced actors posing as magical princesses.”

Manager of the Blackburn BID and Event Organiser, Harriet Roberts said: “Princess mania has taken over the world recently and we’re thrilled Amy Toole is going to be bringing her icy spectacular to our festival.

“The response we have had already to Countryside Comes to Town is incredible and it’s set to be amazing day out for the whole family.”

The weather sisters from the Pop Up Princesses will be on King William Street from 2.30pm and the singalong begins on-stage outside Blackburn Town Hall at 3.45pm on Saturday June 20. Discover more about Pop Up Princesses visit or call 07908 210622.


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