Crunch festival - a mixture of art, philosophy and music based in Hay-on-Wye - has announced its full line-up for its 2011 edition. As you'd expect, it's quite an eclectic mix. See below for the full line-up. Some choice gems in there, naturally.
British Sea Power, Polinski, Mara Carlyle, Franz Nicolay, DJ DJ Scratchy, Emily Barker and the Red Clay Halo, Beaty Heart, Chris T-T, Patti Plinko and the Maddening, Dan Hayes, Pardon My French DJs, Kate Holmes, Sion Russell, spoken word from Salena Godden, John-Luke Roberts, Max and Ivan and Gentlemen of Leisure.
There's also a variety of talks and debates featuring a bunch of people like Susan Hiller, Jake Chapman, Cedar Lewisohn and Bracha Ettinger; Serpentine Director Hans-Ulrich Obrist, author of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Mark Haddon, former RSC Director Adrian Noble, Arts Council Wales chair Dai Smith, film director Nicolas Roeg, controversial art historian Julian Stallabrass. They debate things from the individual artistic process to the arts' power as a political tool.
Crunch runs from November 18-20 and more information can be found on the official website.