Highlights include Quizoola! by Forced Entertainment, a comic interrogation composed of 2000 questions; The Ball Show by Markus and Seppo Renvall, in which hundreds of mirror balls turn home movies and CCTV into dazzling projections; Film by Uninvited Guests, a live reconstruction of ill-remembered movie scenes in a world where film is banned; and SET by Plane Performance, an un-English reworking of Brief Encounter.
Sundays installation programme offers Pills for Modern Living by Third Angel, Gob Squads Where Do You Want to Go to Die? and Terminal by Reckless Sleepers amongst others. With a supporting programme of discussions and book launches, this is an unmissable weekend for anyone with an interest in live art.
To receive the festival brochure, containing full listings, and to join the festival mailing list please phone Arnolfini box office on 0117 929 9191.
A festival pass covering the whole programme is available up to 20 January.
Individual event tickets (most priced at £3 / £2) go on sale on 22 January.
In addition, a limited number of tickets are available at Waterstones, Tyndall Avenue, Bristol.
Full details in brochure.