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03.02.15

The 12th of 15 posts examining The Cogency’s fifteen years, one project a year, looks back at Without Walls, a consortium of festivals dedicated to the development of new work for the UK’s outdoor arts sector and beyond, currently made up of  Brighton Festival, Greenwich and Docklands International Festival, Norwich and Norfolk Festival, Winchester’s Hat Fair, Salisbury International Festival and Stockton International Riverside Festival.

The Cogency produced the marketing strategy for the 2011/12 season which included comissions by Graeae Theatre Company, Candoco Dance Company and Wired Aerial’s As The World Tipped.

Without Walls
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