Sense of Unity by Worldbeaters & Dundu © Edgars Blumbergs
Baba Yaga's House by Dizzy O' Dare © Dibs McCallum
Les Tapas by Carnage Productions
Corazón a Corazón by Deaf Men Dancing © Vic Frankowski
Garbuix by Compagnia Varvel
Orbis by Humanhood © Vic Frankowski

Professional Events

 

We are pleased to tell you about some complimentary special events for programmers, artists, and professionals interested in developments in outdoor arts across Europe.

 

Delegate on-site sign-up and delegate pack collection:
Registered delegates can collect a complimentary delegate pack and showcase name badge from St George’s Theatre, King Street, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2PG from 11:30 on Friday 15 September onward.

Full showcase and symposium schedule (PDF)

 Friday 15 September

ST GEORGE’S THEATRE, KING ST, GREAT YARMOUTH, NR30 2PG

SAY WHAT? ART AND POLITICS – SEACHANGE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CIRCUS AND STREET ARTS 

11.30 -12.00 Registration and refreshments

12.00-12.15 Welcome to delegates by Joe Mackintosh, Chief Executive of SeaChange Arts

12.15-12.45 Newsround – Opportunity for delegates to introduce themselves and give an update to the rest of the sector

12.45-13.15 Who’s it for & who’s it by? Thinking about the relationship between artists, patrons and what’s unspoken – Dominic Taylor

DRILL HOUSE, YORK ROAD, GREAT YARMOUTH, NR30 2LZ

13.15-14.30 Lunch

ST GEORGE’S THEATRE, KING ST, GREAT YARMOUTH, NR30 2PG

14.30- 15.30 Breakout 1. Choose from:

  • Start East Creative Business Development Workshop – Explore business development opportunities for artists in or thinking of moving to the region/Great Yarmouth
  • Rear View, IOU performance (39 spaces available) starting at Great Yarmouth Library

15.30-15.45 Coffee break

15.45-16.45 Panel discussion – Artists making political work today

  • Facilitator- Angus MacKechnie, ISAN
  • Panellists- Helen Statman and Trevor Stuart, Cocoloco; Mark Smith, Deaf Men Dancing; Tony Adigun, Avant Garde Dance

16.45-17.15 Popularity and Populism; How high and low culture work within the context of street theatre and Brexit- Abigail Collins

17.15-17.30 Summary

DRILL HOUSE, YORK ROAD, GREAT YARMOUTH, NR30 2LZ

17.30-19.00 Out There Festival and Drill House Launch
19.00-20.30 Dinner

BRITANNIA PIER, MARINE PARADE, GREAT YARMOUTH, NR30 2EH

21.00-23.00 Fairground ride, arcades, entertainment and drinks

Saturday 16 September

ST GEORGE’S THEATRE, KING ST, GREAT YARMOUTH, NR30 2PG

10.00-12.00 Xtrax Shorts- creative presentations from artists and companies about new outdoor projects in development to an audience of UK and international festival and event representatives, producers, and outdoor arts professionals

VENUE TBC

10.00-12.00 Start East Creative Business Development Workshop
10.00-12.00 Start East Creative Business Development Surgeries (sign up in advance for a 20 mins slot)

MERMADELICA, ST GEORGE’S PARK, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2JN

11.45-12.00 Opening of the Festival – The Red Barrows

OUT THERE FESTIVAL SITE

12.00-23.00 Out There International Festival of Circus and Street Arts programme

DRILL HOUSE, YORK ROAD, GREAT YARMOUTH, NR30 2LZ

12.00-15.00 Lunch
18.00-20.00 Dinner

Sunday 17 September

DRILL HOUSE, YORK ROAD, GREAT YARMOUTH, NR30 2LZ

09.30-11.00 ISAN on the Road – Breakfast Networking, Where Circus meets Outdoor Arts Open Space Session

OUT THERE FESTIVAL SITE

12.00-18.00 Out There International Festival of Circus and Street Arts programme

DRILL HOUSE, YORK ROAD, GREAT YARMOUTH, NR30 2LZ

12.00-15.00 Lunch
18.00-20.00 Dinner
20.00- 23.00 Out There Festival Afterparty

KING’S WINE BAR, KING ST, GREAT YARMOUTH, NR30 2PN
23.00- 01.00 Out There Festival Afterparty

PIER TAVERN, BRITANNIA PIER, MARINE PARADE, GREAT YARMOUTH, NR30 2EH

01.00-Late Out There Karaoke

All professional events are accompanied by networking opportunities and take place before the start of each day’s performance programme.

 

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