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IBT13 International Festival of Performance goes Live

Date uploaded: December 10, 2012

Dates: 14th-17th February 2013
Venues across Bristol

The programme for the IBT13 (In Between Time) International Festival of Performance has been announced. 90 artists and 50 events fill four intense days in February. The festival launches on Valentine’s Day and runs from 14th-17th February 2013.

Highlights include Simon Faithfull’s Fake Moon, one of the festival’s large public installations. IBT13 also features multiple premieres and commissions including new work from Tim Etchells and Kim Noble. Expect an intoxicating and eclectic mix of work you wouldn’t see anywhere else in the UK.

Visit the new festival website, or click here to turn the pages of their brochure online.

Festival Passes are now on Sale
Popular with culture-vultures, students, artists and arts professionals, the festival pass gives you access to all the festival shows and networking events including priority booking for limited capacity shows. It costs £75. Click here to book your tickets.

Artist Call-Out
IBT13 is putting together a special performative festival party featuring Brian Lobel’s Cruising for Art.

IBT13 & Theatre Bristol invite national artists with intimate and one-to-one performances to submit their work for Cruising for Art (event takes place Saturday 16th February 2013).

Join confirmed performances by Stacy Makishi, Mitch & Parry, R Justin Hunt, Lucy Fizz, and Season Butler...

Click here for more information.

Visit ibt13.co.uk/