Interact 2019 Programme Announced

By June 20, 2019 News

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The InterAct Youth Arts Festival is back. Renowned in the North West for its astounding array of FREE summer activities, InterAct is a unique festival created by youth for youth.  Spear-headed by the Millennium Forum’s Youth Forum – a pro-active group of teens that works tirelessly to plan and programme the events – InterAct is on the cutting edge of young people’s skills development and entertainment.

This year, InterAct will begin on Wednesday 3rd July with a packed schedule of four fun filled days that will include workshops in dance, DJ Skills, acting, stand-up comedy, art & design, technical theatre, gaming, creative writing & poetry, yoga and much more!  All this culminates on Saturday 6th July with the InterAct Showcase event which will be a fully interactive experience exploring the fantastic work each workshop has developed through the week.  Expect colour, noise, laughter, energy and lots of surprises!  As always, all workshops and masterclasses are totally FREE.  Tickets for the Showcase are £3.00 and can be purchased from the Forum Box Office.

Mags Carlin, Festival Director of InterAct 2019, said:

“Each year, InterAct has become bigger and better, offering opportunities for young people aged 12-21 throughout the local area and further afield.  I’m pleased to say that with the help and commitment of our Youth Forum, our funders and the Millennium Forum, we’ve come up with a FREE programme that continues to deliver the biggest youth arts festival the city has to offer!   This year, we also have a fully inclusive festival offering assistance for any additional need or carers for any workshop.”

Full details of the InterAct Festival programme are now available or from the Forum’s Box Office.   All classes and workshops can be booked online as well as from the Box Office. 

A copy of the programme and booking information can be found here.

The InterAct Youth Arts Festival is funded by the Arts Council, Youth 19 and BBC Children In Need.