PARKT! is back! Our exclusive anual regional Graffiti competition is taking place indoors this year.
To celebrate this 3rd Edition of Parkt! will count with special acts and theme...
This year we have invited International artist from Canada Brent Ray Fraser and a live singer to perform a unique multimedia performance, also we are introducing to the evening a flavour Drum and Bass Music, a Video Mapping show and Free Visual arts Workshops for everyone to enjoy!

















"Award winning visual artist armed with an Emily Carr University Fine Arts degree- and curiously ambitions by nature- Brent creates original multimedia works of art that are exhibited and collected internationally. Fraser's provocative approach and signature style reflect as adventurous imagination. Brent was scouted by Louis Vuitton and commissioned for live shoe portraits across Canada. He enjoys pushing creative boundaries and gained worldwide notoriety for applying paint directly to luxury brands of women's handbags and men's suit jackets. Brent's creative expression includes live art performances for corporate events and edgy short films. Watching Brent paint at a live show is incredibly entertaining even for those who are new to art. Brent is frequently commissioned by corporations and can be seen publically at many stores and restaurants. He entered the hotel industry with his first commissioned original art collection for all rooms and common areas at the Hi Whistler Hostel."

Drum&Bass DJ'S:

Sam Day
DJ G8n8r8t0r 


Zarah Jones














Grafitti Competition:
You will see 9 Graffiti artists competing with their skills, experience, style and can control for an internship with Reprezent Project for a full year as well as a cash prize and trophies!











Video Mapping Live Show:
Let's Celebrate Drill Hall 150 years by projecting to the front facade the building a commissioned audiovisual artwork "From the past to the future in the Hall" produced by Reprezent Project!











FREE Visual Arts Workshops:

Stop motion Animation Workshop:
Learn how to make your own stop motion movie just by using a camera and some props with professional animator/illustrator Teal Barnes!

Robot Making Workshop:
Make your own recycled robot, glue it and then paint it! Build something really cool with the help of our resident artist Daniel McGarth!

Beats and Barz Workshop:
Learn the skill of rapping over bars and how to master the ability of using hip-hop as a way of literacy! Delivered by MRP!

Skate Corner talk:
Learn about the skate world and what facilities you can explore in the region as well as advice on what to buy how where to train!

PARKT! is the stepping stone of what our purpose is as a community project. Every year we will join all our efforts to make PARKT! the platform to showcase and ultimately inspire the population of Great Yarmouth and surrounding areas.













Participation in events such as these helps rejuvenation and promotes investment in our town as an attraction by developing a constructive and mainly creative component of the traditional strategy put in place by local authorities and government to attract tourism and revenue.

Fundamentally our aim is empower and add true value and transferable skills to the life of young people in the area by creating a sense of social inclusion and engagement.

Through having a more inviting and occupational approach to young and unemployed individuals we can divert them from negative ways of life toward to behaviours of personal development, increased self-esteem, a bigger sense of belonging within society, acceptance and even financial independence.