Crossing Lines

Sat 9 Jun

Saturday 9 June, 9pm
Radnor Park, Folkestone
FREE


One of Europe’s most spectacular outdoor theatre companies joins forces with more than 30 young people from nine European countries to present a performance of giant proportions in Radnor Park!

Combining dance, rap, performance, video projection and a huge set, Crossing Lines unfolds all around the audience, following the survivors of a global catastrophe as they come together, form new tribes and micro-societies, and look to a brand new future.

This free outdoor spectacular is expected to draw a big audience, as such we highly advise that you travel on foot or by public transport. There will be no on-street or on-site parking, apart from parking for disabled badge holders.

Watch a clip of the show here

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Want to be part of this extraordinary event?

We are looking for local performers, aged 16-30, to be part of the show! You will need hip-hop or street dance experience. If you are interested and want to be involved, please email louellaward@creativefoundation.org.uk for more information.


Find out more...

Last summer, the Creative Foundation gave eleven young people the amazing opportunity to take part in an outdoor performance that travelled up The Old High Street and into Payers Park, as part of the Crossing Lines project. You can find out more and view the film here

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Crossing Lines is part of Power of Diversity, co-funded by the European Union as part of the Creative Quarter Europe Programme.

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