Boredom. Inactive youngsters spending their days, leaning against walls, with no hope in their lives – It’s boredom. Following his generation, a young Moroccan is stuck in his room, with nothing to do. Stuck at a crossroad between parkour and circus, he tries to break from his routine.
Duration: 35 mins
Accessibility: Mostly visual. Wheelchair accessible. Assistance dogs allowed.
Site Access >
There is level access to each performance pitch.
The site is open and wide for audiences to socially distance, but the volume of people will change depending on how busy each show is. Capacities are monitored throughout the day.
There is a mix of hard-standing, grass and gravel areas. The Dissenters Graveyard (Pitch C5) features uneven terrain. A pathway has been cleared for all audiences.
Space for wheelchair users, and a variety of seating options will be available. Out There Festival hosts will be on site to assist with any need.
The closest Changing Places Toilets to Zone C is The Troll Cart. There will be gender neutral portaloo toilets provided on site. Baby changing facilities are also available at The Troll Cart.
On-site walking distances
Approximately 10 minutes walking across the whole site. There is a controlled entrance and exit point.
Resting and Access Areas
There are various public benches available north and south of the zone, 2 minutes walking distance. There are various local cafes surrounding the zone.
Blue badge parking
Brewery Lane Car Park, 7 Priory Plain, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1PL.
Access drop-off point
St Nicholas Rd.
If you have any access requirements, please contact Jacob Hewes email@example.com