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Programme

Without Walls continues to innovate with its programme of work from some of Britain’s most exciting artists.

Explore our programme of touring shows using the filters below.

Check out our latest tour dates here.

The Touring Network Partnership (TNP) is a network of festivals of all shapes and sizes across the UK in areas without regular arts activity. Without Walls works with these partners to create an appetite for outdoor arts across the country. The project builds off the impact of Without Walls’ highly influential Associate Touring Network.

This section contains Without Walls commissioned shows that are touring to the TNP this summer, bringing high-quality outdoor arts to all corners of the country.

Find out more about the 21 extraordinary artists in our largest-ever programme of outdoor arts shows for 2021 here

In Memoriam

Luke Jerram

Bristol

2020

Recovery Poems

Emergency Exit Arts, Robert Montgomery & Deanna Rodger

London

2021

The Actual Reality Arcade

Matthew Harrison

Great Yarmouth

2017

Kapow - Dance Circus Theatre performing Adrift.

Adrift

Kapow Dance Circus Theatre

Manchester

2019

The Band at the End of the World

Ramshacklicious

Bath

2018

BEES! The Colony

Artizani

Little Hayfield

2015

BOING

Plunge Boom

Hebden Bridge

2019

Captive

Motionhouse

Leamington Spa

2013

Catch Me

Upswing

London

2019

Congregation

Ray Lee

Oxford

2019

Ear Trumpet

Gobbledegook Theatre

Bournemouth

2015

Frock

Stopgap Dance Company

Farnham

2019

Ghost Caribou

Thingumajig Theatre

Todmorden

2019

Hold On

Stefano Di Renzo

London

2015

How I Hacked My Way Into Space

Unlimited Theatre

Leeds

2017

The Jukeboxes

Bootworks Theatre

Chichester

2017

Lance Moi En l’Air

Joli Vyann

London

2016

Lifted

Mimbre

London

2019

Look Up

Hikapee

Epsom

2018

Museum of the Moon

Luke Jerram

Bristol

2017