Museum of the Moon by Luke Jerram Ltd © Luke Jerram
VR Playground by The Thrill Laboratory © Jo Longhurst
Bingo Lingo b Wild N Beets © Wild N Beets
Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge by DeRoovers (BE) © Stef Stessel
Massager by CCOT
Da Native by /Far From The Norm © Camilla Greenwell
SEED by Pif Paf Theatre © Pif Paf
FierS à Cheval by Compagnie des Quidams © Marc Van Canneyt
Metamorphosis by People in Backpack

GDIF / XTRAX Preview Platform


GDIF and XTRAX are proud to reveal a new platform for UK projects.


Furthering the showcase’s dedication to providing a stage for new outdoor arts and nurturing the development of UK talent, the Preview Platform gives delegates the chance to sample new projects from some the UK’s hottest companies, in varying degrees of development.

Projects and artists involved include;

Looking Up (working title) – Stopgap Dance Company – Friday 23 June 18:00 – 19:00
The British Council has commissioned Stopgap to do a 5-day R&D for a new outdoor piece in collaboration with Mambya Dance (Uganda) and Pamoja Dance Group (Kenya). In collaboration with Stopgap’s Artistic Director Lucy Bennett, five men from different countries investigate some ideas surrounding the space in-between them, the walls that divide them and the paths that join them to find a shared physical language that needs no words.

Rear View – IOU – Saturday 24 June – 15:30 – 16:30 / 18:00 – 19:00
Get a sneak preview of IOU’s custom-made bus, the centrepiece of Rear View.for an unforgettable journey that begins in a life-drawing class, Rear View blurs the line between reality and fiction on this moving adventure about a woman’s life led by performance poets Cecilia Knapp and Jemima Foxtrot.

Full Circle – Avanti Display - Saturday 24 June – 14:30 – 15:00 / 17:00 – 17:30
Avanti Display goes back to where they started, investigating the way the circle of audience is created and maintained whilst a group of strangers are transformed into an audience who share a moment. The piece explores Avanti’s experience of making performances in the street for over twenty-five years and their interest in using water, a universal element, that has both comic and spectacular possibilities