HULL’s international Freedom Festival, on the east coast of England, returns for its 12th year in 2019 with extended programming spanning five days. The family-centric program that highlights the circus arts, includes multiple events exploring themes relating to human rights. Presented in public space from August 28th, occupying streets and transforming unusual spaces, this year’s program will also celebrate the city’s heritage whilst encouraging visitors to discover and rediscover a city of unparalleled potential, fueled by humanity. Mikey Martins, Artistic Director and Joint CEO of Freedom Festival Arts Trust, explains “We believe bold, artistic experiences and festivals are fundamental and a necessary part of our modern society, the kind of artists we work with are brave, innovative and hugely talented and we’re incredibly excited to have expanded the celebrations beyond a weekend to ...
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