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THE OUT THERE INTERNATIONAL

FESTIVAL OF CIRCUS & STREET ARTS

 

WOW! What a great weekend.  Great Yarmouth bathed in some late summer sun for this year's 8th edition of the Out There Festival, witnessing levitating men, musical poultry and the spookily sensational Transe Express attracting thousands to the seafront for Les Tambours De La Muerte.

 

A BIG thank you to all those of you who enjoyed the entertainment; to all our volunteers who helped the whole festival go off without a hitch; our fantastic performers from across the globe and our partners and funders who helped make Out There 2015 one of the most memorable to date.

 

Relive a few memories in the sliding gallery above.  We'll be making a few more photos and our Out There film available over the coming days and weeks.

 

And, if you're not one to live on the memories for long, make a note in your diary... we'll be back with much, much more of the best from the worlds of circus and street arts next year - the main festival weekend will be Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 September.  

 

See you then!

/ FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS & PROJECTS

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/ GROW: INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CIRCUS AND STREET ARTS REPORT

This year's major symposium on circus and street arts was filled with talks on talent development, touring, industry news, project pitches and bingo!

/ GROW: INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CIRCUS AND STREET ARTS REPORT

/ OUT THERE 2015 VOX POP

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...

/ OUT THERE 2015 VOX POP

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