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SACRED: Homelands Festival 2016 – Sunday

Events run from 5 pm. Day tickets £15/£12.50 concessions. The SACRED: Homelands programme contains adult themes and content which may be unsuitable for younger audiences.

GROUP OFFER: 6 tickets can be purchased for the price of 5 both online and via telephone. 


 in conversation

James Luna, Inder Salim & Varsha Nair 


in conversation

Via Negativa (Slovenia) with Tim Etchells

7pm (duration 1 hour)


The Ninth
Via Negativa

Please note that your day ticket includes entrance to The Ninth. Single tickets for this performance only are available here. 

The Ninth strolls through the entire sound landscape of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. On the one side there is a “masterpiece of western civilization:”Giant and complex.” “Sublime.” “Striking example of human spirit.” “Triumphant vision of brotherhood.” And on the other side, there’s us: Nothing great about us. Nothing triumphant. Naked and suspicious. Not complex but reduced. Not sublime but explicit. Digital. Switched on or switched off. Repetitive. Blind by the images that we see, deaf by the sounds we hear. Looking for a connection with The Animal.

Via Negativa is a platform for research, development and production. VN is an open type project. “We are not bound by the set-ensemble logic of a fixed number of constant members. With each new project, we organise as a group of individuals connected by an interest in research of performing strategies. Our core activities are the production of contemporary performing arts, the organisation of workshops and education programme VN Lab, the Via Negativa laboratory for contemporary performing arts. Via Negativa is based in Ljubljana and operates internationally.

Co-producer: JaJaJa NeNeNe Association Warsaw

Partners: Bunker Ljubljana, A Part Festival Katowice, Fundacja Ciało/Umysł Warsaw

The project is supported by the City of Ljubljana and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.

Supported by Arts Council England.



Date and time

27 November 2016

Please note
This is now a past event.


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