Education

Ports Fest values the link between culture and learning. A key outcome is to increase opportunities for creative learning for those who do not have ready access to the arts, through cultural engagement activities such as our work with local schools. By facilitating cultural learning, the festival seeks to raise the aspirations and broaden the horizons of the city’s young people.

Ports Fest since its inception has run a successful educational programme and on average works with at least 20 schools and educational settings per year. If your educational setting would like to work with the festival then look out for news on our website, our mailing list or please get in touch by emailing us on info@portsfest.co.uk we would love to hear from you.


News from Ports Fest

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Ports Fest Mardi Gras 2024 - Futures

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Ukraine Benefit Concert

Ports Fest announces the Ukraine Benefit Concert on 17th June featuring outstanding guitarist Carlos Bonell and friends.

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‘Black Is The Color of My Voice’ at the NTR

On 3 July 2022 Ports Fest presents to you the play inspired by the life of Nina Simone as part of our 2022 Festival.

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Ports Fest SUBMERGED Installation drops at the Mary Rose Museum!

SUBMERGED Installation drops at the Mary Rose Museum

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Black Dyke Band to perform at the Kings Theatre

Black Dyke Band will perform at the Kings Theatre in July 2022

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Looking back on Ports Fest 2021

Looking back on Ports Fest 2021

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