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A multi- arts venue based in South East London, with new venues and outside performance spaces at Deptford Lounge and Canada Water Culture Space
The Place’s Robin Howard Dance Theatre is Britain’s busiest dance venue, presenting independent companies throughout the year.
Ordsall Community Arts
celebratory arts practice programming for both community led and local authority commissioned indoor and outdoor celebrations.
Catalan Language and Culture – Institut Ramon Llull
The Institut Ramon Llull is a public body funded by the Government of Catalonia and the Barcelona City Concil in charge of the promotion of Catalan culture and language abroad.
Promoting arts for social change at festivals, theatres and private events.
Bath Fringe Festival
Bath Fringe is a 17-Day annual festival of all the artforms we can find in the Beautiful City of Bath, with the collaboration of many of its Beautiful & Talented population.
Since 2012 Bath Fringe hosts a showcase event called Outside!NOW!! (http://www.streats.biz/)
Annual 15 day festival of the arts in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales in June.
Producer of Random Acts, a street theatre programme in Auckland, New Zealand each December.
HausDrei e.V. – Cultural Centre, Festival Centre of STAMP
STAMP – the STreet Arts Melting Pot – is Hamburg’s International Festival of Street Arts, combining Urban Art, theatre, Parades, HipHop, Buskers performances
Seoul Marginal Theatre Festival/The Intangible Studio
An annual Festival of Contemporary Arts in Seoul in September.
Seoul Marginal Theatre Festival based on contemporary issues through the performing arts. And It is reflection as a place capable of exploring a new chapter of creation, freedom in Here and now at both political and aesthetic way, beyond the boundaries. So It?s underground where should talk about cracks and break so It?s on the forefront. It focus Korean Artist who has view of New vision and Contemporary issues.
Independent producer and consultant for outdoor arts events, festivals and celebrations.
The London Culture Festival
A two week annual festival celebrating London’s diversity in August.
Minority Rights Group
MRG?s Street Theatre Programme uses performance to challenge commonly held racist attitudes and negative stereotypes about minorities and indigenous peoples in Kenya, Botswana, Rwanda and the Dominican Republic.