Check In Festival



Friday 3 April - Sunday 5 April

 

 

In Good Company

Join us for a weekend of friendly hellos and interesting new work for all who are curious. We've got pleanty of exciting things happening over the weekend including panel discussions, scratch performance and immersive happenings.

This is a real chance to see some brand-new work, as well as network your socks off with venues from across the Midlands and beyond.

What's more, everything is pay what you decide! We cant wait to see you there.

 

An audience in the Attenborough Arts Centre engaging with a panel of three speakers.With ceiling decorations.

Gallery Late

Friday 3 April
8pm – 11pm
FREE

Engage, create and engage.

The perfect opportunity to explore our gallery after hours. Bring your friends, explore our current exhibition and enjoy all that the Attenborough Arts Centre has to offer.

It’s free to attend, a great atmosphere with a mixed programme of the best in local live music, dance and visual art, hands-on activities such as life drawing and fascinating artist discussions.

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A man standing with a sheep costume with a chair and microphone on the right.

Scratch That Itch: Check In Festival

Saturday 4 April
In Good Company
7pm – 9pm
Pay What You Think

 

In Good Company’s famous Scratch Nights are back in 2020, offering a selection of new work from the most exciting artists in the Midlands. This is a chance for theatre makers to try out new ideas in front of an audience and for audiences to feed into the development of the next big thing!


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Sea GirlA cartoon illustrated image of a woman on a boat in the sea.

Carbon Theatre
Sunday 5 April
2.30pm – 3.30pm
Pay What You Think
Suitable for ages 7+

“If you believe in yourself, you could so something incredible”

Join sisters Naomi and Ellen on a whirlwind adventure around the world; battling treacherous storms, meeting weird and wonderful creatures and visiting far-off lands.

Sea Girl is an action-packed, multi-sensory show inspired by Laura Dekker’s record breaking feat of becoming the youngest person to sail around the world single handedly at just 16 years old.

A story of bravery, new experiences and coming home – perfect for kids who dream big.


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