Redbridge Outdoor Arts
Customer Notice: Due to Covid-19, we have suspended our programme and all public performances until further notice.
Redbridge Outdoor Arts is an exciting programme of cultural events animating public spaces. Through the programming of high quality, innovative UK and international outdoor arts we aim to attract, engage and inspire local people, creating new and diverse audiences in Redbridge. Creating free, accessible and welcoming experiences for everyone encourages a sense of civic pride through the shared experience of Outdoor Arts.
Redbridge Outdoor Arts is managed by Vision’s Culture Development Team, the summer programme runs from June to September, with a winter event in November and St George’s Day celebrations in April.
The programme is delivered in partnership with Arts Council England’s National Portfolio Organisation Without Walls through their Touring Network Partnership and the Circulate Outdoor Arts for London consortium.
Funding of both projects comes from Arts Council of England with funding of Without Walls through their National Portfolio Grant and Project Grants through an application from the Circulate consortium led by Vision RCL.
The Redbridge Outdoor Arts programme consists of 10 events including small and large scale work, walkabouts and interactive durational pieces from the UK and abroad. The events take place in Ken Aston Square, Barkingside and Ilford Town Centre, all events are FREE and audiences experience high quality UK and International outdoor arts as well as performances from local musicians and school choirs.
Ken Aston Square
Open space between Fullwell Cross Leisure Centre and Library
140 High Street
Ilford Town Centre