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THE OUT THERE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF CIRCUS & STREET ARTS

 

Wednesday 17 - Sunday 21 September 2014

 

Out There 2014 kicks off on Wednesday 17 September with the main festival weekend in St. George's Park and surrounding areas on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 September.


Promising to be bigger, better, brasher and more bonkers, we'll be expanding the programme, taking in more venues and cramming as much wild and wonderful street arts and circus into Great Yarmouth as possible!


The full programme will be online here over the next few days with the brochure hitting the streets from the 1st August.  If you want to be a part of Out There 2014, there's almost 1000 ways to get involved.  Fin out how here. 

/ FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS & PROJECTS


/ SYMPOSIUM: IMPORTING KNOWLEDGE. EXPORTING TALENT.

18.09.2014

Circus & Street Arts Symposium

/ SYMPOSIUM: IMPORTING KNOWLEDGE. EXPORTING TALENT.

/ ANARCHY IN THE STREETS

13.09.2014

Artists... discover your inner anarchist in this exciting 7 day workshop programme.

/ ANARCHY IN THE STREETS

/ The Color of Time

20.09.2014

An explosion of colour on the Golden Mile!

/ The Color of Time

/ Dynamite & Poetry

20.09.2014

Get ready for the boom!

/ Dynamite & Poetry

/ Hallali

19.09.2014

A seafront aerial spectacular... not to be missed!

/ Hallali

/ NEWS


/ JOIN US IN PARADISE

Participants sought for the second year of our Articulate project

/ JOIN US IN PARADISE

/ VOLUNTEER WITH SEACHANGE

Enthusiastic people sought to support SeaChange's work

/ VOLUNTEER WITH SEACHANGE

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/ ZEPA 2

The ZEPA 2 network, second phase of ZEPA 1, European Zone of Artistic Projects, aims to increase interactions between outdoor artists and communities across Southern England / Northern France, develop research and university exchanges around outdoor arts and offer professional development support for emerging artists. SeaChange and 6 other arts organisations from France and the UK are involved in this transnational network supported by supported by the Anglo-French Interreg programme funded by the ERDF between 2013 and 2014. 

 

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