Unity Festival Looks to the Future

Since its beginnings in 2008, Unity Festival has gone from strength to strength, growing into one of Europe’s largest international inclusive arts festivals, with 2013 seeing over 50 performances and approaching 10,000 attendees. Click here to find out more about Unity Festival.

In order to take Unity to the next level we have decided to take a break from the festival in 2014. This will enable us to create an 18 month planning cycle for every festival, allowing us to come back bigger and better in 2015. We still have plenty of exciting plans for Summer 2014 so watch this space for all the latest news, as well as announcements on Unity Festival 2015.

 Unity Festival 2013

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