IBT15 Bristol International Festival


0117 917 2300

Thursday 12 February 2015 – Sunday 22 February 2015
Admission Fee:
Booking essential

Enter the Storm

Take a walk in the clouds in Bristol harbour, experience a storm in a club and follow us into the shadows for a concert in a gothic mansion. 

Extraordinary theatre, music, dance, live art, exhibitions, talks, parties and public artworks take over Bristol from 12–22 February 2015.  

Taking Storm as the theme, the festival celebrates art as a powerful force for change.

Festival Programme: ibt15.co.uk


Fog Bridge – Fujiko Nakaya
Take a walk in the clouds. For 10 days from Fri 13 to Sun 23 Feb, Peros’ Bridge in Bristol Harbourside will disappear behind a changing veil of fog, in celebration of Bristol status as European Green Capital.
http://ibt15.co.uk/fog-bridge/ #fogbridge

Night Songs – Patrick Wolf & Various Artists
In Between Time announce a major partnership with National Trust, Trust New Art. For Night Songs, Patrick Wolf weaves stories from the past into a contemporary and immersive experience inside a gothic mansion. Night Songs includes a bold new song commission.
http://ibt15.co.uk/night-songs #nightsongs

The Storm – Playmodes & Various Artists
Featuring a bespoke commission from light and sound artists Playmodes (Barcelona) a host of leading performance artists, and cutting edge DJs, The Storm is set to be one of the biggest art events staged in the city.
http://ibt15.co.uk/the-storm #survivethestorm

Nightwalks with Teenagers – Mammalian Diving Reflex
Discover a new side to the city. World-leading Canadian company Mammalian Diving Reflex work with teenagers in Knowle West to create a performative journey through their neighbourhood at night.
http://ibt15.co.uk/nightwalks-with-teenagers #nightwalks

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