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Video and photo gallery: Colour, dance and circus art at the Out There Festival in Great Yarmouth

12:22 21 September 2014

Yarmouth Out There Festival 2014. The Color of Time by Artonik.

Yarmouth Out There Festival 2014. The Color of Time by Artonik.

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The final day of Great Yarmouth’s Out There Festival is underway.

This year’s headline show, the UK premiere of Artonik’s The Color of Time, drew hundreds to the seafront yesterday; a huge crowd following the performance as it moved along the Golden Mile and finished in Trafalgar Square with clouds of body paint being thrown into the air. The Holi festival-inspired show also featured dozens of local volunteers who joined a ‘flashmob’ dance.

Today, the SeaChange Arts festival of circus and street art performances continues with plenty to see and do across the town, from St George’s Park to the Sea Life Gardens on Marine Parade.

For more details about the festival, and for a full programme, visit www.outtherefestival.com.
If you see a show you love, get in touch - email lauren.rogers@archant.co.uk or send your pictures to us on Facebook or Twitter.

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