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Mimi\'s Suitcase

Mimi's Suitcase

Mimi's Suitcase explores identity and the consequences of displacement as it follows Iranian teen Mimi’s involuntary return to her war-torn homeland after a happy childhood in Barcelona. Premiered in New York City and won Best Play at the Iranisches Theatre Festival in Heidelberg, Germany, Mimi’s Suitcase is performed in English, Spanish and Persian with English surtitles. Continue Reading

Nocturne

Nocturne

Inspired by the natural, emotional and spiritual migrations that occur after nightfall, Nocturne uses Indian dance and music to summon the different facets of the night: the natural world of flora and fauna, the emotional world of anticipation and longing, and the heightened spiritual potency of pre-dawn. Nocturne unfolds over three movements: Luna/Chandra, nocturnal creatures and settings that are dormant by day are free to roam and flourish only after sundown, Rapture/Pramodya, night is when Continue Reading

Lal Batti Express (Red-Light Express)

Lal Batti Express (Red-Light Express)

Kranti (Revolution) empowers girls from Mumbai's red-light areas to become agents of social change. In 2014, Kranti's girls wrote, directed and performed a play in dozens of theatres and festivals, helping to change the mindsets of thousands of people about sex workers and their children. Their latest play, Lal Batti Express (Red-Light Express), is a compilation of their life stories and experiences. It is a journey of Krantikaris (Revolutionaries) through their past, present and future. These Continue Reading

Mental Notes from HarmonyChoir

Mental Notes from HarmonyChoir

Following last year’s debut sell-out performance, HarmonyChoir once again bring you an evening of inspirational and uplifting music. HarmonyChoir formed over a year ago as part of a project to demonstrate the positive effect of singing on mental health and well-being. It’s a fact – singing is definitely good for you, and we have the research evidence to prove it! We now want to share the positive power of singing. So, join us (and special guests) for an evening of songs and singalongs from Continue Reading

Cabareilidh

Cabareilidh

This Fringe festival we are bringing you the wonder that is Cabareilidh! Think the rest of the world meets Scotland as we bring you a sampling of cabaret performances followed by an evening of traditional dance and music. Start your evening with a complimentary welcome drink to get the party started, followed by a beautifully crafted three-course meal. Throughout your meal, enjoy some highly entertaining cabaret and variety performances. Then end your night on a high with a truly traditional Continue Reading

I Am Rhythm

I Am Rhythm

2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Sell-Out Laurel holder I Am Rhythm takes you on an unforgettable dance and music journey all the way from South Africa. Mesmerising melodies intertwined with an array of traditional and urban dances. Unmissable! Fresh, upbeat dance show that tells the story of the evolution of rhythm and dance in South Africa; from tribal Tswana, warrior Zulu, to energetic Gumboot, swinging Kofifi, to urban Pantsula and Sbujwa dance styles. 'The origins of South African dance, and Continue Reading

Cell Block Soweto: An A Cappella Gang Show

Cell Block Soweto: An A Cappella Gang Show

Cell Block Soweto: An A Cappella Gang Show by After Freedom is a new a cappella show telling stories of five prisoners confined in one of Johannesburg’s prisons. Presented in a lighthearted and entertaining manner through stories and music, the show engages the audience in a musical journey into the South African past and present. The show intertwines African and Western tunes in quality a cappella arrangements. You are bound to be entertained! Continue Reading

Brian Kennedy: A Better Man

Brian Kennedy: A Better Man

Brian makes a triumphant return to the Fringe to perform his hit album A Better Man in its entirety. 2016 saw him begin a journey with cancer and he cites singing and performing as the motivation for staying positive. In Brian's words: 'The gigs make everything worthwhile, the fans' support means the world to me, if anything the diagnosis and treatment has given me greater focus and determination to get through it all and my voice has never been stronger. Music is the ultimate healer.' Seeing Continue Reading

The Really Terrible Orchestra

The Really Terrible Orchestra

The RTO has had another successful international tour to add to New York, London, Utrecht and Glasgow. This year we graced Stockholm with our usual gusto. Sweden takes its music seriously so we hope that we added a bit of levity: a new dimension for the music scene. We will be including some completion pieces. Five pieces were chosen from a field of 29. They all stretch our capabilities so look out for the sweat and tears. We will be working very hard so come and enjoy our music and some Continue Reading

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