Unity Festival 2015

1 - 5 July 2015 

Hijinx Unity Festival 2015 once again showcased some of the best inclusive and disability arts from around the world, in a bigger and more international programme than ever before.

Performers from Mozambique, France, Germany, Belgium, Italy and across the UK performed in the heart of Cardiff City Centre and at the prestigious Wales Millennium Centre.

Have a look at the spectacular gallery of images from the 2015 Festival.

Cirque Inextremiste on The Hayes, Cardiff

Cirque Inextremiste performing on The Hayes, Cardiff CIty Centre
(photo: Malwina Matusiewicz)

Over five days, Hijinx Unity presented its first ever Schools' Day and a range of ticketed and free events at Wales Millennium Centre, plus a whole weekend of free performances on The Hayes, one of Cardiff's busiest shopping streets.

Have a look at the Full Festival Timetable in 2015 here.

The Festival launched with Beneath the Streets: Lost and Found, an enthralling, immersive theatre show created in collaboration by Hijinx and Punchdrunk Enrichment. Check out images from Beneath the Streets here.

Beneath the Streets: Lost and Found

Richard Newnham, ensemble member, Beneath the Streets: Lost and Found
(Photo: Malwina Matusiewicz)

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