Out There Festival 2017 Day Two: what to expect in Great Yarmouth
- Credit: Matthew Harrison
After dozens of performers, actors and artists battled the elements to entertain the town on Saturday, the second day of the Out There Festival is set to take over Great Yarmouth again.
The festival, which is in its 10th year, will see a colourful cast of characters present more sensational outdoor celebrations take place across the town on its second day.
Performers from across the globe will continue to entertain on streets, parks and open spaces of the town, with Trafalgar Road and St George's Park particularly laden with acts.
One Sunday exclusive performance will see young people from Seachange Arts' own Drillaz Circus School perform at pitch 18 on Trafalgar Road from 2.25pm.
Another will see two performances of The Crow House from Circo Rum Ba Ba, which will see spectacular acrobatics, skills and contortion at pitch five of St George's Park - performances at 12pm and 3.30pm.
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While Saturday was marred by showers, Met Office forecasts suggest a relatively dry, but overcast day, with temperatures peaking at around 16C.
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