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Planning for Out There 2013 is underway! We'll once again be turning Great Yarmouth into a spectacular and crazy festival town this September. The weekend on Saturday 14 & Sunday 15 is set for the main festival weekend. Check back here for news, follow us on Facebook or sign-up for e-news to stay in touch over the coming months.
You can find out about last year's record-breaking festival on these pages:
Out There 2012 was the biggest and most ambitious programme yet, attracting record crowds of around 70,000 for some of the most sensational circus and street arts around.
With 28 artistic companies, 140 performers, 40 acts and over 100 performances and a line-up from France, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Ireland, America, Spain, Colombia, Portugal and of course the UK, Out There is now one of the country's largest and most diverse street arts and circus festivals.
/ PROJECTS AND EVENTS
A year long residency for Lost in Translation Circus at the Drill House
New three year project partnering SeaChange with organisations in the UK, France, the Netherlands and Ireland.
An international partnership of historic circus towns and cities: Great Yarmouth, Amiens and Madrid.
Seachange's innovative Anglo-French street arts partnership, ZEPA, returns with a new programme
More than 200 tourism leaders gather to present Great Yarmouth Tourism Awards
Arts Council funding secured to help develop Great Yarmouth as circus and street arts capital.
Check out 2012's festival film
Generik Vapeur's Waterlitz - Out There 2012
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Since 2008, SeaChange Arts is part of the Franco-British network ZEPA (European Zone of Artistic Projects) and have received funding from the European cross-border cooperation programme Interreg IV A France (Channel) England to develop the Out There International Festival of Circus and Street Arts, and are working in partnership with festivals in the North of France and the South of England.