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THE OUT THERE INTERNATIONAL
FESTIVAL OF CIRCUS & STREET ARTS 2016
Friday 16 - Sunday 18 September, St. George's Park and surrounding areas.
Weird and wonderful, outrageous and outstanding - the Out There Festival brings some of the world's finest circus and street arts performers to Great Yarmouth.
Perched out on the furthest reaches of the east coast, closer to the continent than to the capital, Out There has established an international reputation for exceptional, innovative and inclusive programming.
Breath-taking spectacle and quirky comedy combine in a festival woven through with world-class performance, family-friendly atmosphere and more than a fair dose of seaside silliness.
Join us and a cast of crazy characters for a sensational outdoor celebration!
/ FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS & PROJECTS
Want to try your hand at circus skills this summer?
Want to perform at the Out There Festival?
Supported by Arts Council England’s Strategic Touring Fund, Coasters is a three year project that brings world-class circus and street arts work to coastal towns across England.
We're on the lookout for a range of people to work with us and help make SeaChange and The Drill House a leading national centre for circus and street arts.
This year's major symposium on circus and street arts was filled with talks on talent development, touring, industry news, project pitches and bingo!
Your enthusiasm, as always, brings a very special atmosphere to the festival. We have received an overwhelming response of positive thoughts; here's a few...
Check out our 2015 festival film here
Reminisce or have a look at what you missed.
We believe that public life in this country without the arts and culture would be much poorer. Arts and culture are integral to all our lives and give us the pleasure and opportunity for self-expression, and bring social and economic benefits to our communities and our nation. Arts Council England
Bringing circus to Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet.
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