SPILL Specials on Unbound

     SPILL Festival, April 2009

Launched in 2007 by Pacitti Company, the SPILL Festival has rapidly established itself as one of the UK’s most exciting festivals of performance, Live Art and experimental theatre.

Taking place from 2 to 26 April 2009 in some of London’s top venues and unusual spaces SPILL presents the work of exceptional artists and companies from around the world. There will be almost 100 live performances, a brand new National Platform for emerging artists, a writer’s boot camp, a ‘Thinker-in-Residence’, special film screenings, and the launch of the SPILL Tarot Pack, a limited edition, boxed pack of tarot cards with each image being especially remade and portrayed by a contemporary maverick. Full programme details www.spillfestival.com

The Live Art Development Agency is collaborating with the SPILL Festival 2009 and has created SPILL Specials for sale on Unbound, the Agency’s online shop for Live Art books, dvds, multiples, and limited editions.

The SPILL Specials feature a wide selection of publications, dvds and limited editions by, or about, SPILL 2009 artists including Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio, Jan Fabre, Forced Entertainment, Rajni Shah, Gob Squad, David Hoyle, Julia Bardsley, Mem Morrison, Need Company, George Chakravarthi, Franko B.

The SPILL Specials titles are only available on Unbound during the SPILL Festival (2-26 April), so hurry while stocks last.

Click here to go to Unbound.

www.spillfestival.com

 

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