Welcome to Without Walls 2022

3 February 2022

Bringing incredible art to outdoor spaces across the country in 2022

Welcome to Without Walls 2022

Our 2022 programme highlights and brings together some of the most exciting new companies and street artists making vital work for the public space. 

As we move out of the Covid19 pandemic, the programme continues to enforce the importance of outdoor arts in restoring audience confidence and breaking boundaries. The shows in the programme explore a myriad of themes, including digital art, nature, mental health and wellbeing, climate change, black excellence, family and community.

This range of themes speaks to the strange and difficult times we are living through – and to the joy of once again sharing glorious times in the streets and spaces of towns and cities across the nation.

Our 2022 supported shows will appear across our festivals including Brighton Festival, Certain Blacks’ Ensemble Festival, Norfolk & Norwich Festival, City Encounters by Wiltshire Creative, Greenwich+Docklands International Festival, Timber Festival, Hat Fair, Just So Festival, and more.

Check out What’s On for our confirmed festival dates so far

Explore the Without Walls 2022 shows:

Click on any of the project titles to find out more about the artists and companies.

Air Giants – Unfurl

Avant Garde Dance – Scrum

Christopher Green – FeelPlay

Collectif and then… – No Man’s Land

DaDa and Black Gold Arts – Strollers

Daryl Beeton Productions & Mimbre Acrobats – Look Mum, No Hands!

Fatt Projects – Big Gay Disco Bike, part of Disco Nation

Francesca Baglione / Miss High Leg Kick – Eau de Memoire

Fuel and Common Wealth – Peaceophobia

Joli Vyann – Timeless

Joseph Toonga – Born to Protest

Matthew Harrison – Community Chest

Middle Child – There Should be Unicorns

SAY – the album: skool edition

Tara Theatre – Final Farewell

The Clay Connection – Lives of Clay

Theatre Témoin – FLOOD

Stay connected, and find out more about the development of these projects, as well as further announcements on which festival to catch each show. Make sure to sign up for our newsletter, and connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

We would like to thank everyone involved and notably Arts Council England for giving us the financial means to continue investing in artists.

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