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Big in Falkirk, Scotland's National Street Arts Festival is back for its 10th year on Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 May 2009.
Big in Falkirk 2009 will run from 12pm to 11pm both days.
Since its inception in 2000, this award-winning, FREE weekend extravaganza has become one of the largest cultural events in Scotland, attracting over 100,000 people. Located in Falkirk’s stunning 180-acre Callendar Park, the cutting-edge entertainment features a wide variety of spectacular outdoor theatre, pyrotechnic displays, art, comedy and big name music acts alongside activities for all ages.
Big in Falkirk showcases the finest, most original outdoor contemporary theatre, whilst also working closely with the best artists in their field and nurturing creativity. Previous festivals have included world premieres such as Walk the Plank’s magical Swan Song. UK premieres have included Groupe F (the company responsible for illuminating the Eiffel Tower during the millennium celebrations), Compagnie Jo Bithume, Plasticiens Volants and Teatre Osmego D’nia.
Alongside this, Big in Falkirk presents some of the most popular names in music having previously welcomed Snow Patrol, The Stranglers, Deacon Blue, Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to the music stage. The festival has also managed to secure acts just before they hit the big time, with McFly, Orson and Sandi Thom celebrating Number One singles during or immediately after rocking Big in Falkirk.
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