Category - Physical Theatre

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35000

Bear Pit Theatre

35000

Theatre (Verbatim, Physical Theatre)

C south (main theatre) venue 58 St Peter's, Lutton Place, EH8 9PE
18-25 Aug at 14:15 (1hr00)
Tickets £7.50-£9.50 / concessions £5.50-£7.50 / under 18s £3.50-£5.50
Recommended 12+
You make 35,000 decisions a day. Each of them could change your life, but which do you remember? Through verbatim accounts, we tell tales of turning points that matter and the joys and regrets that tumble after.
Antigone

The Morton Players (Guildford High School)

Antigone

Theatre (Drama, Physical Theatre)

C cubed (main space) venue 50 Brodie's Close, Lawnmarket, EH1 2PS
3-10 Aug at 14:30 (1hr00)
Tickets £7.50-£9.50 / concessions £5.50-£7.50 / under 18s £3.50-£5.50
Recommended 8+
It's party time in Thebes! The war is over, the city has a new leader… what could possibly go wrong? Enter Antigone – devoted daughter and passionate extremist – set to spoil her uncle, the new King Creon's party.
Ariadna

Alyona Ageeva's PosleSlov Theatre (Russia)

Ariadna

Physical (Devised, Physical Theatre)

C aquila (studio) venue 21 Roman Eagle Lodge, 2 Johnston Terrace
3-17 Aug (not 12) at 11:55 (0hr50)
Tickets £10.50-£12.50 / concessions £8.50-£10.50
Recommended 16+
Ariadna guides you through labyrinths in which modern people roam: gender, body and its objectification, mundanity and mystical feeling. Dip into the primeval, to ancient mysteries and archetypical images, whilst experiencing the very moment of contemporaneity.
Conversations with Myself

Cambridge Mask Collective

Conversations with Myself

Theatre (Devised, Physical Theatre)

C cubed (main space) venue 50 Brodie's Close, Lawnmarket, EH1 2PS
1-17 Aug at 19:50 (1hr00)
Tickets £8.50-£10.50 / concessions £6.50-£8.50 / under 18s £4.50-£6.50
Recommended 12+
Party with the demons of your mind. Exploring identity through ancient mask techniques, Cambridge Mask's Collective's debut is a unique take on a pertinent subject matter. ‘Threat and Mania… I was completely captivated' **** (Tab).
Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree

KCS Theatre Company

Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree

Theatre (Physical Theatre, New Writing)

C south (main theatre) venue 58 St Peter's, Lutton Place, EH8 9PE
11-17 Aug at 17:35 (1hr00)
Tickets £9.50-£11.50 / concessions £7.50-£9.50 / under 18s £5.50-£7.50
Recommended 12+
Two boys in 1930s Germany, obsessed with American music, attend riotous swing dances. Two girls in near-future England fight for a better future. Dance and physical theatre compliment poignant storytelling from a talented cast.
Identity Crisis

Phina Oruche

Identity Crisis

Theatre (Physical Theatre, Solo Show)

C aquila (studio) venue 21 Roman Eagle Lodge, 2 Johnston Terrace
11-26 Aug (not 19) at 16:55 (1hr10)
Tickets £10.50-£12.50 / concessions £8.50-£10.50 / under 18s £6.50-£8.50
Recommended 14+
This comic tale examines Phina's observations on what others have made of her black identity throughout her life in the fickle media world. Nine characters: black, white, old, young, male, female. One woman. **** (NorthWesEnd.co.uk). **** (TheReviewsHub.com).
Macbeth

Choin Theatre Company (Korea) in association with C theatre

Macbeth

Theatre (Physical Theatre, Dance)

C south (main theatre) venue 58 St Peter's, Lutton Place, EH8 9PE
1-26 Aug at 18:55 (1hr00)
Tickets £10.50-£12.50 / concessions £8.50-£10.50 / under 18s £6.50-£8.50
Recommended 8+
Using puppets, music and dance, one actor embodies Macbeth's story in a chameleonic, humorous, high-octane, uniquely Korean physical performance. Will he lose himself in the shadows of Macbeth's desires? From Korean Theatre Directors' Association 2018 Director of the Year, Cheong-euy Park.
Medea

The Morton Players (Guildford High School)

Medea

Theatre (Physical Theatre, Adaptation)

C cubed (main space) venue 50 Brodie's Close, Lawnmarket, EH1 2PS
3-10 Aug at 15:45 (1hr00)
Tickets £7.50-£9.50 / concessions £5.50-£7.50 / under 18s £3.50-£5.50
Recommended 12+
In a tale of passion, betrayal, and revenge, the mother that murdered her children finally gives her defence. What drives a woman to infanticide? Who is the person behind the myth? Whose version of history should we believe?
Moby Dick

Leviathan

Moby Dick

Theatre (Physical Theatre, Storytelling)

C aquila (studio) venue 21 Roman Eagle Lodge, 2 Johnston Terrace
5-9 Aug at 18:25 (0hr55)
Tickets £7.50-£9.50 / concessions £5.50-£7.50 / under 18s £3.50-£5.50
Recommended 8+
Join Captain Ahab and his doomed crew on their voyage for vengeance against the mighty leviathan, the ‘great white whale.' A stunning reinterpretation, invigorated with striking physicality, that gets to the philosophical heart of Melville's American classic.
Shadow

Liam Whitney (New Zealand)

Shadow

Theatre (Physical Theatre, International)

C aquila (studio) venue 21 Roman Eagle Lodge, 2 Johnston Terrace
14-26 Aug (not 20) at 19:25 (1hr00)
Tickets £8.50-£10.50 / concessions £6.50-£8.50 / under 18s £4.50-£6.50
Recommended 14+
Blindfolded and restrained behind a wall of screens, a journey through podcasts, audio porn and physical exhaustion awaits. A powerful exposure of the dance young men have with mental illness, uncovering that it's indeed okay not to feel okay.
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