InTRANSIT Festival starts today!


Each summer, InTRANSIT provides exciting avenues for people of all ages to explore and enjoy innovative experimentation and new artistic collaborations in places and spaces across Kensington and Chelsea. Now in its tenth year, the festival celebrates the changing urban landscape, making use of public and private spaces throughout the borough. InTRANSIT 2016 runs from Friday 17 to Sunday 26 June.


InTRANSIT Festival is core-funded and coordinated by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Arts Service. It was launched in 2007 to encourage artists and organisations to make art and performance outside of traditional exhibition spaces. Now in its tenth year, the festival presents an ever expanding stable of emerging and established artists, both local and international – to ever larger and ever more appreciative audiences.
The theme for InTRANSIT 2016 is ‘Strange Bedfellows: The Attraction of Opposites’. The programme explores a series of contrasts in life that illuminate and enrich one another. See the full programme at
A wide variety of events and productions, many with exciting participatory elements, await the curious: a temporary shelter in a Georgian Square; a bureaucrat’s approach to Punk; a singing estate agent and an artist who’ll put “ketchup on your cornflakes”; InTRANSIT offers a plethora of opportunities to get together and explore something different.
As part of the festival, Bikeminded has organised a Public Art Cycle Ride on Saturday 18 June, starting from Holland Park at 10.30am. Join us to find out a little about the art on public display in the borough, people commemorated in the work and the artists who created it.


Book your tickets here!

See you there.




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