Join our ‘Finding the Flow of Things’ workshop on 14 March at Hadleigh Old Fire Station. Let your imagination flow as we explore themes related to 'Vessels' – the driving concept for Estuary 2025 through activities, prompts and discussion.
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Announcing ‘This is Us’, an 18-month creative engagement programme with opportunities for local residents to share and explore experiences of living in the borough and aspirations for its future.
Estuary Festival is delighted to announce that it has been awarded an Arts Council England National Lottery Project Grant to develop future plans as an independent organisation.
Image credit: Crude Britannia by Platform, live events commissioned for Estuary 2021. Photo by Richard Houguez
Estuary 2021 festival took place over 23 days, at over 94 locations, across 107 miles of estuary coastline with 130 partners. Find out more about the impact of the festival in our evaluation report.
Arbonauts are creating a new work for East Beach in Shoeburyness, called SILT, that will be a key performance piece in the landscape for Estuary 2021 - the large-scale arts festival taking place across 83 miles of South Essex and North Kent coastline. SILT will be performed this autumn, on the last weekend of September - 24th and 25th in the tidal pool at East Beach in Shoeburyness, Essex.
Estuary 2021 would like to extend a huge thank you to all the many partners who have supported the development, the planning, the creation and the delivery of the festival over the last few years, and in particular the last, most challenging of years in recent history.
Estuary 2021 is delighted to support students and higher education staff across the region by providing creative industry experience through live briefs, talks, crit sessions and support for students to create new creative work in response to Thames Estuary Trail themes for Estuary 2021.