Tarmac is supporting the Norfolk & Norwich Festival for the third year in a row.
The company’s sponsorship of the festival’s outdoor programme is part of its ongoing commitment to community engagement in the region where its activities include responsibility for Norfolk County Council’s highways maintenance programme.
This year’s festival runs until 28 May and is one of the four largest arts festivals in the UK. It includes five world premieres, a major new art installation, unique concerts and large-scale free outdoor events.
Alistair McBeath, Tarmac’s Norfolk services director, said: “We’re proud supporters of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival’s free outdoor programme and its great to be involved again in 2017 helping children, young people and all members of the community access the very best that the Festival has to offer.”
The Tarmac Outdoor Programme has featured Luke Jerram’s public artwork, Museum of the Moon, complete with deckchairs underneath allowing revellers to bathe in the moonlight while watching lunar inspired live music, dance and performance.
Other highlights include a virtual reality playground, an interactive masked theatre performance and a garden party.
To find out more about the events coming up before the Festival ends visit www.nnfestival.org.uk
Picture caption: Tarmac's Alistair McBeath with Brenda Arthur, Chair of Norfolk & Norwich Festival and William Galinsky, Artistic Director of Norfolk & Norwich Festival.
Picture credit: The Tarmac Outdoor Programme at Norfolk & Norwich Festival ©Julian Claxton Photography