Future Now presents 20 projects by over 80 artists in a range of public, private and liminal spaces, including a High Street Chain Store, empty office space, vacant shops, a high end restaurant, public spaces, gardens and streets over the 10 week Folkestone Triennial.
FF have always worked in differing spaces and for 2014 we are creating our own - a hub to mark the first footings on the now vacant Harbour site.
FF's curated sound platform is about encouraging people to listen harder so they can see more. We have commissioned scenarios for shared experiences, in both intimate and public contexts.
FF have selected some exceptional work by outstanding artists to give audiences in Folkestone the chance to see the best in Live Art and Performance the UK has to offer.
The Folkestone Fringe has created a new inclusive, non-curated platform which gives artists from all disciplines and backgrounds the opportunity to show work in the town for the duration of the triennial.

Visit our hub during the Festival at Folkestone Harbour carpark on the outer harbour keyside.