Doncaster’s first-ever Right Up Our Street arts festival will see free entertainment, performances and installations transforming the borough, starting tomorrow.
From dry-land synchronised swimming experiences in the Sir Nigel Gresley Square fountains by Yorkshire Life Aquatic to the Pif-Paf Submercycle (pictured), where the people of Doncaster are invited to journey on a voyage of discovery in the town centre, and a camera obscura created by artist Nick Dawson showing Doncaster upside down, the weekend promises the opportunity to discover or do something unique.
DNweekeND is part of the Yorkshire Festival Fringe, celebrating the Tour de France Grand Départ.
A total of 48 DNweekeND events take place across 14 locations around Doncaster and Balby, Bentley, and Mexborough.Performances, workshops and surprising happenings will take place at the Frenchgate Centre and Waterdale Shopping Centre, Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery, Sir Nigel Gresley Square (outside Cast), The Point, Doncaster Central Library and Mexborough Markets among others.
Up-and-coming local live bands and musicians are playing on Sine FM’s Outside Broadcasting vehicle based at Frenchgate Clock Tower throughout the weekend.
For details of the events, visit Right Up Our Street