What we do
Our Street Festivals bring quality experiences to everyday places and our aim is to leave a little magic with each encounter. Circle shows are the most effective way of engaging large audiences with relatively small infrastructure and programmes have been shown to revitalise town centres, stimulate local economies and bring positive social experiences to local communities. Events can be geared towards entertainment or artistic outputs. We’ve more experience than anyone in the North of the UK in building small to medium scale street festivals on modest budgets. See our case studies to see how we’ve developed street festivals and communities through long-term regular provision.
We are regularly engaged to undertake full event management, act commissions, co-programming, production and strategic development of street festivals across the UK.
The Durham Streets (2010-16), Inverness International Street Theatre Festival (2010-15), SO Festival Touring Programme (Skegness and Lincolnshire – 2014-15), Edinburgh Fringe comes to Whitley Bay (2014-17), Street Theatre by the Sea (Saltburn on Sea – 2010), Hebridean Celtic Festival (Stornoway 2007-9, 2014-18), Dumfries Arts Festival (2012-14), Newcastle Community Green Festival (2014), Jesterval Street Circus (Newcastle and Gateshead – 2016, 17, 18), Let’s Circus In the Grassmarket (2016, 17), Circus. In a Field – The UK Circus Gathering (2015,16,17), Tall Ships Races Blyth and Hartlepool, Edinburgh Fringe High Street Aerial Circus Pitch 2018
A Let’s Circus Street Festival program looks like this
Jesterval Street Circus – Infrastructure, programming, event management and artist management all provided by Let’s Circus
Let’s Circus in the Grassmarket – Infrastructure, event and artist management for show and participation programme.
Let’s Circus at the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh