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LOL (Lots of Love)

LOL (Lots of Love)

Talking and dancing at speed, Protein's dancers nail the language of life online in this timely, razor-sharp look at how we're rewiring romance. 'Exhilarating and funny' **** (Guardian), **** (Times), 'Right on the zeitgeist' (Metro). Continue Reading

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Working the Devil

Working the Devil

Two absurd takes on the joys of work, featuring a choreographer's darkly comical inner dictator alongside live beat box score in ‘The Devil and the Details’, whilst ‘Hinterview’ shares a mystical quest into the values of progress. Continue Reading

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Belarus Free Theatre

Belarus Free Theatre

Herald Angel winners Fuel present the first performances of a new show in development by the internationally acclaimed Belarus Free Theatre in their first visit to the Fringe. ‘Truly passionate, truly political theater’ (New York Times). www.fueltheatre.com. Continue Reading

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Booking Dance Festival - Showcase

Booking Dance Festival - Showcase

A dance festival within a festival! Enticing, groundbreaking, exhilarating dance performed by awe-inspiring companies from USA. From rapid-fire tap to innovative, cutting-edge choreography. Be moved! Bite-sized festival format. 'Perfect for the Fringe lover!' (Three Weeks). www.bookingdance.com Continue Reading

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Belle of Amherst: Double Vision

Belle of Amherst: Double Vision

Emily Dickinson - myth, lunatic, poet? One production, two perspectives, performed alternately - drama or dance. An unmediated experience of body and soul, poetry in movement. ‘Must not be over-looked’ **** (San Diego Union). www.edfringe.com/shows/BelleofAmherst:DoubleVision Continue Reading

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Parallel Memories

Parallel Memories

Delicate, minimalist, physically intense dance theatre duet from outstanding Brazilian choreographer/performers. Exploring their different memories and similar destinies, British-based Abreu (Inside, 2010) and Brazilian resident Garcia trace their cultural experiences for perspective on their Continue Reading

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Cycle One (60º)

Cycle One (60º)

Fast-paced, energetic theatrical dance performance, provocatively questioning the everyday mundane through play. The piece is funny and chaotic in its exploration of what it is to be dirty and the endless human struggle to become clean. Continue Reading

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Death Song

Death Song

Acclaimed storytelling company You Need Me return with the story of a Mexican immigrant on death row. Double Total Theatre nominated. 'A masterclass' (Stage), 'Outstanding' ***** (Metro), **** (Time Out), **** (Times), **** (British Theatre Guide). Continue Reading

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