The third season took place over the weekend of 2-5 October 2014 featuring:
Fish/Girl: what the little mermaid found out about the world by Make/Shift Projects,
Solas Fae by The D Project,
Folk in a Box by Emily Barker & Dom Coyote,
Ballad of the Burning Star by Theatre Ad Infinitum,
Dead to Me by Gary Kitching & Co with Greyscale,
The Incredible Book Eating Boy by Bootworks Theatre.
Our popular Scratch night returned with performances of To Get To The Other Side by Lost the Plot Theatre, an extract of A Christmas Carol by Chris Foote-Wood and Empire of the Rats by Van Badham and Carl Kennedy for Jabberwocky Jam.
Fun Palaces took over Darlington’s Market Square with an Arts Assault course of events.
We held a panel discussion on How Social Conflict Affects the Development of Theatre, chaired by Stella Hall FRSA, Artistic Director of Festival of Thrift and featuring Nir Paldi from Theatre Ad Infinitum and Nazli Tabatabai-Khatambakhsh.
The festival hub was in our usual location at Darlington Indoor Market and events took place in the Cattle Market, Voodoo Cafe, Liddiard Theatre at Polam Hall, Darlington Crown Street Library and Darlington Market Place.