Break/Contemporary Circus performing at the Outskirts Theatre Festival gala event on Wednesday night. The first time ever festival has multiple acts showing August 21-23 in Nelson.

Get thee to the Outskirts

The first ever Outskirts Theatre Festival gala opened the three day festival that starts this evening in Nelson.

Photos by Tamara Hynd and Eli Geddis

The inaugural Outskirts Theatre Festival gala was full of flare on Wednesday as six performing artists, such as Kevin Armstrong, Devon More and Lisel Forst,  gave the crowd a taste of their weekend shows taking place tonight and Saturday. The headline act, The Heart by Break/Contemporary Circus,  explored the connection between two people on their journey through life.

Check out for the performance schedule.

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