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Imagine Festival 2015 Final Report

The full report on 2015's Imagine festival.

Imagine 2015 Final report

Imagine Brochure

A retrospective look back at the events during 2015's Imagine Festival

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Welcome to Sutton's largest festival of the arts

Imagine Festival of the Arts returns to Sutton, south west London, during October 2016 with a range of great events and shows that are certain to delight audiences. Between 15 and 30 October 2016 the borough will play host to the terrific BrickBox time-travel disco, a scintillating new sound installation from Output Arts, and Pint of Science’s boundary-pushing merging of art and science among many, many other great events – and the best part is that each and every one is completely free to attend!

The theme of this year’s Imagine Festival is famous author H. G. Wells, one-time resident of Worcester Park and writer of The War of the Worlds, The Island of Dr. Moreau, and The Time Machine. The Imagine Festival of the Arts is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and Sutton Council.

Here, you can have a look at and download this year's full brochure - and book FREE tickets for all the great events from our Eventbrite page.

Stay up to date with our newsletter giving you updates on grants and planned events.

Would you like to Volunteer for the festival? 

You can learn new skills in festival management, customer services, on-line social media platforms such as Mailchimp, Hootsuite, Twitter and Facebook and even get involved in  delivering a range of events from outdoor arts, dance, crafts and film screenings.

Not only will you learn about large scale funded projects, but also see work behind the scenes, such as artists contracts, risk assessments and evaluation processes.  Get in touch at if interested! 

Or if you prefer, you can browse great photos and read the Imagine Festival report from 2015.

Enjoy our highlights video of 2015's Imagine Festival.