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Details of: APU – a popular Latin American band from the Andes; and Line UP PMC – a marketing and promotion consultancy for live performance artists.
Field Art Projects
Independent Producer specialising in commissioning temporary and permanent works in the public realm.
Sunderland Live coordinates a range of festivals and events throughout the year that include a programme of performance, visual arts, street theatre and music.
Willett’s Amazing Camera Obscura
The Camera Obscura is an optical wonder which can be set up to provide audiences with a unique view of any scene.
Red Herring creates playful and provocative outdoor performance which encourages audiences to get involved.
Relationship Manager, Theatre with remit to develop and support the growth of Circus and Outdoor Arts in the Midlands region.
Hocus Pocus Theatre
MAKING THEATRE MAGIC! Quirky characters, wondrous outdoor theatre, cracking cabaret, wanton walkabout and interactive, immersive performance for all to enjoy.
What A Palaver!!
Comedy street theatre/cabaret duo, featuring bed of nails, juggling, fire, silliness and stupidity. Fun for all the family!
Programmer July and October events Media City, Salford Quays – Digital / Water/ Ecology. Director, Festival of Thrift, Darlington, September – Upcycling/ Recycling.
DAVID BERGA MANAGEMENT
“”An international theatre manager/producer/agent specialised in visual/physical theatre and installations””
Coming from Circus, Street theater, Stunt or high-level Sports and having performed all over the world for more than 15 years, each of the artists shares his own experience to this new company.
The street theater they present is interactive, visual, spectacular and accessible to everyone.
Hilarious shows with magic, live music and audience participation and innovative musical walkabout.
PANeK (Performing Arts Network Kent)
PANeK supports the making and presenting of new theatre and performance in Kent. Working with artists and festivals to develop outdoor arts is a priority.
Founded in Wakefield, West Yorkshire in 1990, Faceless Arts has been producing professional and community co-created, socially concerned, visual, outdoor arts projects using mask and puppetry for over 25 years. The company has worked extensively across the UK and internationally, and is particularly adept at involving communities less well served in its projects.
Bongo Bolero’s new show FAT CAT is designed for street festivals and for a family audience.