NessFest 2021 is back; bigger and better than ever!
Lowestoft’s Youth Arts and Heritage Festival makes a return to live, in-person workshops as well as online activities, all half-term from Monday 25th Oct to Friday 29th October.
Please find below a festival poster and programme.
Film students might be interested in the Treasure hunt – it’s delivered by Into Film and involves finding and filming landmarks in Lowestoft based on a set of clues. The final films will be submitted to Into Film and a prize awarded to the most creative.
English & Creative writing students
- Writing for Stage and Screen with James McDermott – online, live Monday 25th Oct from 12-2pm
- Street Art workshops including graffiti, murals, 3D installation & posca pens
- First Light Spinback tasters including intro to music production, drumming & song-writing
- Britten Pears Arts Making music workshop
- Online Hip hop workshop
- Live dance party workshop at Seagull Theatre
Although obviously everyone is welcome to give something new a go!
Other Festival Highlights include:
- Virtual performance stage
- Live performance at Seagull Theatre featuring young local talent
- Knight School: learn medieval combat moves and then put them to the test (whilst wearing specially made protective equipment!) – live in various locations all week
It’s aimed at 11-19 year olds, all FREE and running all week during October half-term.
For more info and booking details see the website: http://www.lowestoftrising.com/nessfest