In pictures: Out There festival
The Out There festival 2009 entertained the crowds in Great Yarmouth on the weekend of 19 - 20 September, 2009. French performers Les 3 Points de Suspension were one of the many acts. All photos by Adam Shawyer.
French tightrope walking show "Head in the Air, Nose to the Wind," wowed the audience with it's daring high-wire acts, including Didier Pasquette. The show in September 2009 was the second year that the Out There festival had rocked Great Yarmouth.
North Denes High School in Great Yarmouth made a puppet of the mythical gorgon Medusa, from Greek myth.
The festival featured a colourful procession through the town, full of zany costumes and bright colours.
Hayley Ladybird's junk fashion show in St George's Park gave the crowd inspiration for their winter wardrobes.
Saturday's entertainment ended with a spectacular firework display launched from the jetty.
Didier Pasquette's show "Head in the Air, Nose to the Wind," had a nautical theme and featured elements of circus and comedy, as well as high-wire antics.
Carnival dancers entertained the assembled revellers in Great Yarmouth as the procession passed along the seafront and entered St George's park.
Madinga Arts created giant bird puppets, drawing on diverse influences from Europe, Latin America and Africa.
French troupe Les 3 Points de Suspension perform their show "Journey at the Edge of the End of the World," in St George's Park.
French high-wire artist Didier Pasquette attempts his walk across the Great Yarmouth seafront. Unfortunately it had to be abandoned due to safety issues.
The Maniax performed stunts involving chains and padlocks in St George's Park.
The King's Lynn Free Runners performed parkour and free running stunts as part of Out There 2009.
Portuguese band Kumpania Algazarra performed their eclectic style of music for the crowds on the seafront during Saturday evening.