Freedom Festival Arts Trust is a not-for-profit organisation established in 2013 to deliver Freedom Festival and an in-year programme of work.
Governed by a Board of Trustees which is proud to be responsible for Hull’s largest multi-faceted arts festival, the trust is committed to contributing towards the social, cultural and economic regeneration of Hull and the surrounding regions.
Freedom Festival celebrates, through artistic and cultural expression, Hull’s independent spirit and historic contribution to the cause of freedom. The festival, together with its related year-round programme, is Hull’s premier festival event, growing out of the 2007 William Wilberforce commemorations to become the highlight of the city’s artistic and cultural programme.
The programme – featuring street theatre, visual arts, music, spoken word, dance and more – in which the concept of ‘freedom’ is consistently articulated, is aimed at a wide audience, bringing renowned national and international artists to Hull while providing significant opportunities for local and regional artists.
Freedom Festival Arts Trust
47 Queen Street
Company number: 8530799
Charity number: 1158439
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Freedom Festival Arts Trust is committed to an equal opportunities policy in respect of all aspects of its activities and functions. We actively promote equality for all with the right mix of talent, skill and potential, irrespective of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability or illness, religion or beliefs (this is not an exhaustive list).
Our Equal Opportunities policy and supporting action plan has been developed to ensure that all employees, potential employees, volunteers, artists and consumers are treated in a fair and equitable manner regardless of their age, disability, marital status, family responsibility, race, colour, ethnic background, nationality, religion or belief, gender, gender identity or sexual orientation.