• WILD
    As urban humans, how do we relate to a way of being that we no longer understand? Is the wild still shaping our behaviour? Motionhouse's new outdoor show for 2019.
  • Sacred Fires
    Inspired by the simple geometry incorporated in an ancient mystical diagram, Sacred Fires was originally created for Manchester Diwali Dashera Mela | Photo: Walk the Plank
  • Scalped
    Playing on the idea that life is a fashion show, this is an outdoor dance theatre exhibition piece focusing on black women’s hair in professional spaces and western society.
  • The Band
    With striking aesthetics and a rousing soundtrack, THE BAND is a quirky, humorous display of desperate ambition and blind affection told through awe-inspiring dance, theatre and circus. Photo: Aleksandra Warchol
  • D-construction
    Outdoor choreographic piece for six dancers, performed at Waterman's Bell Square in 2018. Photo: Vipul Sangoi
  • Chipolatinos!
    The globe-trotting Chipolatas performing the four-person 'Chipolatinos' at Beijing Chaoyang Spring Carnival.
  • Zara
    Zara is an epic Co-Production between Mind the Gap and Walk the Plank, in collaboration with Emergency Exit Arts, Illuminos & Royal Holloway. Photo: Chris Payne
  • The Colour of Time
    Seen here at Derby Festé, this rainbow eruption of powder and dance is a stunning reinvention of the traditional Indian Holi festival; created by the much-missed Alain Beauchet | Photo: Derby Festé
  • As the World Tipped
    An ambitious and extraordinary piece outdoor theatre combining dramatic film and visuals with breathtaking aerial performance to tell a powerful tale of an ecological crisis | Photo: SIRF
  • The Sultan's Elephant
    When this elephant and his companion brought London to a standstill, it opened many people's eyes to the possibilities of outdoor arts | Photo: Matthew Andrews
A Statement on Brexit

Read how OutdoorArtsUK intends to support UK artists working in Europe and UK festivals engaging European artists.