Brighton Festival 2019Public booking opens: Fri 24 Feb, 9am

Without Walls

Bring your friends and family and head outdoors for a free afternoon of inventive performances with lots for all ages.

Initiative.dkf – Scalped
A dance theatre exploration of fashion and conformity, life and otherness through an exhibition piece on Black women’s hair; Scalped channels global icon Grace Jones in a performance that is an affirmation of liberation and defiance. 

Justice in Motion – On Edge
An international cast, including leading parkour athletes, marry exciting choreography and athletics to ask what freedom really means. Join them before their stunning On Edge performance to explore the sensational freedom of moving around the parkour construction site! 

Motionhouse – Wild
What is it to be wild? This daring new dancecircus production explores our disconnect with the natural environment. In our increasingly urban lives, is the wild still shaping our behaviour? Where do we belong? Do we choose to survive as a lone wolf or engage with the pack and the tribe? 

Talawa Theatre Company – The Tide
A dinghy is washed up on a shore, carrying the hopes, aspirations and dreams of its passengers as they clamber out onto land. Co-created by writer Ryan Calais Cameron and choreographer Jade Hackett, The Tide unpicks the stories and imagery of the most pertinent issue of our era: migration. 

Plus find out about other Without Walls events as part of Our Place (Hangleton) and (Brighton) and Thingumajig Theatre’s Ghost Caribou in Queens Park.

Sat 11 May, 11am – 8pm