Take a walk on the FlipSide!
24 – 26 October 2017
October half-term serves up a taste of Brazil as FlipSide heads to Lowestoft with a brand spanking new Festival for children, young people and their grown-ups (if they’re well behaved).
It’s a vibrant and jam-packed 3 days with music, theatre, art, dance and literature at the Marina Theatre, Lowestoft Library and Market Place plus a rainforest on London Road North – you won’t be able to miss it.
There’s a chance to try Capoeria, a form of Brazilian Street Dance, enjoy a puppet show, make a Brazilian headdress, or an instrument from recycled material, listen to a well-known author, join a poetry slam or just chill to the Bossa Nova rhythms.
If the children are itching to get away from pesky parents then try Drama in a Day: The Iron Man on Tuesday 24th October for 5-12 years – priced at £15.
You get to take on a play from idea to opening night in the space of one single day at the Marina Theatre!
Create a brand new show from scratch, learn and perfect performance skills and have the chance to work and perform on the Marina Theatre stage. Booking essential on 01502 533200!
Why not download the FlipSide Festival flyer – with further details about the exciting events on offer!
We are also showing Landfill Harmonic (PG) on October 25 at 7.30pm – a film which follows the Recycled Orchestra of Cateura, a Paraguayan musical group that plays instruments made entirely out of garbage.
There are events for all ages across the venues from 10 – 4 each day, most of them free.
For further information on FlipSide and to view the full programme of events CLICK HERE
In January 2015 FlipSide became a registered charity and their aims are to produce the vibrant FlipSide Festival and a growing calendar of schools and community literature, music and arts events, opening a window onto a world of new cultural experiences.