Fri 04 Aug 2017 to Sat 26 Aug 2017
The Leith Volcano | Venue 183 | 119 Constitution Street, Edinburgh, EH6 7AE
Our new 2017 Fringe venue is a partnership with The Biscuit Factory/Youth Juice Creative. It is a beautiful but derelict church in the heart of Leith, brought back to life for the month of August. The Leith Volcano is a unique space for ambitious independent work at the Fringe.
Volcano will be presenting Seagulls alongside work by companies including Cryptic, Impermanence Dance Theatre, Figs in Wigs and Powys Dance, plus a fantastic programme of Music and Light events (with beer) from DECAGRAM and food by BARNACLES & BONES. You can get tickets for all events HERE.
8 - 26 August (not Mondays) 6pm £12/£6 INFO & TICKETS
Take a beautiful old church and a classic play by Chekhov. Add water. Throw in a sensational soundtrack and a few surprises, as five lost souls fall in and out of love. Russian misery has never been this much fun!
8-13 August 8pm £12/£6 INFO & TICKETS
Highly interactive staging of Howard Brenton's play about the complex ménage à quatre of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Mary Shelley, Lord Byron, and Claire Clairmont, by an international performance collective based in Brooklyn and Bath.
17 -20 August 4pm
22 & 23 August 2pm £10/£5 INFO & TICKETS
An offbeat facetious romp that explores the ins and outs of the stage through the medium of dance. With curtain calls, blood baths and exits pursued by bears, Often Onstage revels in the absurdity of theatrical traditions with the straightest of faces.
22-26 August 8pm £12/£6 INFO & TICKETS
Looking at sex through the eyes and ears of electronic music pioneer Ursual Bogner, you'll be taken deep into stranger and stranger somains of liberation, perversion and sensuality. 'Ingenious choreography' The Observer
22-26 August 4pm
25 & 26 August 10pm £12/£6 INFO & TICKETS
Cryptic’s Robbie Thomson harnesses the sonic capabilities of the Tesla coil. A work as arresting as the scent of burning ozone and as lively as electricity itself, XFRMR “bridges the technical, the spectacular, the popular and the arcane." (Aesthetica)
22 & 23 August 10pm £12/£6 INFO & TICKETS
A daring new show created and performed by sex workers. Male, female and transgender, they are teachers, cleaners and parents. Behind closed doors they’re also paid to make their clients feel good - in all sorts of ways. Some do it for the money, some for love, some for unexpected reasons...
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