As I was planning my trip to the Fringe this year there was a problematic clash between two shows, both of which I wanted to attend. One of them was Brush. My trip to Edinburgh is now a lot easier, because I can catch Brush in London instead:
Ahead of their performance at the 2014 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the Korean family play ‘Brush’ will perform a one night only performance at the KCCUK.
Paintings are created on stage and brought to life before your eyes. A bewitching story filled with weird and wonderful characters. Mysterious oriental curves and colourful, westernised drawings are dancing on the walls! Movement, puppetry, and heartfelt accordion melodies entwine in this delightfully inventive family-friendly show direct from Korea. Haddangse create handmade, eco-friendly theatre across the world, and Brush has been performed at theatres in Korea, Japan, France and Belgium.
All guests who participate in the Brush performance on 25th July 2014, we will offer a children’s book for free.
Date: 25th July 2014, 7pm
Venue: Korean Cultural Centre UK
Admission is free and seating is unallocated, but booking is essential. To reserve your place for Brush please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0207 004 2600