The Fourth Year – the team this year expanded upon the community focus by running community workshops throughout the entire year as well as community theatre performances and artists at the Festival. It was a lovely summery weekend with no rain cloud in sight, with lots of engagement from local residents.
Photo credits: Danielle Davis & Andrew Button
A collection of images from the festival weekend 20-21-22 July – credit Danielle Davis Photography & Andrew Button
The Third Year – the team focused the festival on community arts and celebrating local professional talent from across East Anglia. We programmed all events in Diss Park, and even though we dodged a few July showers, the festival was a brilliant and successful progression for the team.
Photo credits: Luke Taylor, 2017
Find out what went down during this year's DissFest through a lovely collage of photos!
The Second Year – the team pushed DissFest further by moving the Festival to July, which saw a much better turn out. The first group of Young Associates were established, and they offered their expertise and assistance, as well as bringing a brand new line-up of musicians and artists from all over the country.
Photo credits: Idriss Assoumanou, 2016
From music to poetry, this year's DissFest was more of a success than last year! Feel free to have an exploration of…
The Pilot Year – It was put together in just six weeks, and ran over a March weekend. It marked an excellent start to an inspiring project.
Photo credits: Bhavesh Jadva, 2015