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THE INTERNATIONAL festival of homeless and community theatres has become a tradition of pre-Christmas festivities in Bratislava.

Error 2012.(Source: Courtesy of the festival)

THE INTERNATIONAL festival of homeless and community theatres has become a tradition of pre-Christmas festivities in Bratislava.

On the last weekend in November, the seventh annual Error festival will host many theatrical productions, movie screenings about Belgian, Finnish and Portuguese theatres and a conference in which representatives and performers of theatres, from the UK, Germany and elsewhere will participate.

The stagings, including pieces from Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Finland, the Netherlands, Hungary, Slovenia and Belgium, start in the Pisztory Palace on Štefánikova 25 at 16:00 on November 29 and will last until November 30.

The pieces chosen do not require knowledge of foreign languages.

The admission is voluntary, and more information, as well as a detailed schedule, can be found at divadlobezdomova.sk/divadlobezdomova/ERROR_13.html.

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