Eight companies supported to attend Edinburgh Fringe 2017

June 6, 2017 by

Eight organisations, including several Wales Theatre Awards winners, are being supported at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017.

They are Dirty Protest’s Sugar Baby, Mr & Mrs Clark’s (F.E.A.R.), The Other Room’s Seanmhair, Pontardawe Arts Centre’s The Revlon Girl by Neil Docking and Flying Bridge Theatre’s production of Stephen MacDonald’s classic Not About Heroes, National Dance Company Wales’ Folk and Profundis, Seagulls by Volcano Theatre and Caitlin by Light, Ladd & Emberton.

They are being supported by Arts Council of Wales’ Wales in Edinburgh Fund. Support is also being offered by Wales Arts International and British Council Wales to connect the companies with international promoters and presenters and to increase the international profile of the productions.

 

 

CAITLIN, Light, Ladd & Emberton, 23-26 August, Zoo at Lauriston Halls 

 

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(F.E.A.R.), Mr & Mrs Clark, supported by Chapter, 4-20 August (except 9 and 15 Aug) ; 21-28 August (except 22 August),  Zoo

 

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FOLK & PROFUNDIS, National Dance Company Wales; Folk  20, 22, 23 & 25 August, Profundis, 21, 24 & 26 August, Zoo

 

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NOT ABOUT HEROES, Flying Bridge Theatre and Seabright Productions in association with Pleasance

2-28 Aug (except Wed), Pleasance Dome

 

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THE REVLON GIRL, Pontardawe Arts Centre, 3-28 August, Assembly Roxy 

 

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SEAGULLS, Volcano Theatre, 8-26 August (except Mon), The Leith Volcano

 

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SEANMHAIR, The Other Room, 2-28 August (except Tues), Bedlam Theatre

 

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SUGAR BABY, Dirty Protest, 4-27 Aug (except Tues), Roundabout @ Summerhall

 

 

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe Box Office

Online: www.edfringe.com

By phone: 0131 226 0000

In person: The Fringe Box Office, 180 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1QS

 

Articles and reviews:

http://www.asiw.co.uk/my-own-words/caitlin-eddie-ladd

http://www.asiw.co.uk/news/wales-theatre-awards-winners-named

http://www.asiw.co.uk/reviews/seanmhair-room-cardiff

http://www.asiw.co.uk/my-own-words/folk-caroline-finn-ndcwales

http://www.asiw.co.uk/reviews/ndc-wales-spring-2017-theatr-clwyd-moldhttp://www.asiw.co.uk/my-own-words/roy-assaf-creating-profundis-national-dance-company-wales

 

 

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