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Fierce Festival 2013: Programme now live and tickets now on sale

Date uploaded: August 14, 2013

15th Anniversary Festival
4th-6th October 2013

The programme is now live and tickets are now on sale!

Fierce Festival Launch - Friday 4th October
Radical food designers Blanch & Shock open the festival at Edible Eastside. They will serve up an Autumn Feast, a vegetarian platter from produce grown at the space over the last seven months. Legendary collective Wolf In The Winter will also create an intervention inspired by Bruegel’s Blind Leading the Blind, a painting of six ragged figures stumbling across a rural landscape.
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Club Fierce - Saturday 5th October
Dust off your dancing shoes and join us for a night of live music, club performance, short films and DJ sets. Performance from Bob Parks, immersive experimental percussion from Cork-based outfit Eat My Noise, solo turns from Wolf In The Winter and electro-punk Quilla Constance. More to be announced... Click here to buy tickets.

Nicolas Jaar + Joshua Light Show close Fierce at Warwick Arts Centre
Rising electronica star Nicolas Jaar closes the festival on Sunday 6th October with the legendary Joshua Light Show, noted for creating the hallucinatory visuals for The Doors, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin. Fierce Sunday at Warwick Art Centre also includes exhaustive verbal confrontation in Slap Talk from Action Hero, a dark immersive performance from Lundahl & Seitl in Four Stages of Conversations and will see Fierce regular Franko B waltzing with an animatronic polar bear in Because of Love.
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Fierce are currently looking for festival volunteers and people to host artists during the festival.
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'A Sculpture for Birmingham', Denis Tricot

'A Sculpture for Birmingham', Denis Tricot