Following the success of last year’s Fringe preview, once again Sadler’s Wells hosts a night showcasing some of the Korean acts before they head to Edinburgh.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 London Showcase
19:00, Friday 27 July 2018
(followed by a post-show reception)
Lilian Baylis Studio | Sadler’s Wells | Rosebery Avenue | London, EC1R 4TN
Admission free but RSVP essential: RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is one of the biggest celebrations of arts and culture on the planet. Every year thousands of performers take to hundreds of stages all over Edinburgh to present shows for every taste. Following last year’s success at the Fringe, more than 10 Korean companies will join the festival this year.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 London Showcase is an exciting sneak peek of the performances from Korea that will presented at the upcoming Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
During the showcase, a total of four stages will be presented: About Lady White Fox with Nine Tales, Just One Wise Life, Sweet Tango and Black and White Tea Room. Black and White Tea Room with two British actors is returning to the UK having a successful run at the Festival Fringe in 2017.
Black and White Tea Room — Counsellor
Presented by: Theatre Hooam
12:10, 2 – 25 AUG,
Assembly Rooms — The Blue Room
Theater Hooam makes a welcome return to the Fringe with the award-winning Black and White Tea Room — Counsellor, a dramatic play featuring two male actors that demonstrate a portrait of revenge and forgiveness in current society.
About Lady White Fox with Nine Tales
Presented by: YVUA ARTS
13:00, 2 – 27 AUG,
Assembly George Square Studios – Studio 3
This work can be best described as a powerful and unique recreation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, whilst being based upon the mysterious and exotic White Fox legend of Korea.
Presented by: Gena Tango
14:00, 02 – 26 AUG,
Tango-Korean music band, Gena Tango, presents a new look at tango through Korean eyes in a joyful musical experi-ence that combines the urgent passion of Argentinian tango with traditional Korean instruments and music.
Just One Wise Life
Presented by: Theatre Group The Stranger
14:35, 19-27 AUG,
c (+3) venue 34
This play questions the logic of contemporary ethics shared by societies hoping to make the world a better place. The company have travelled to Edinburgh overland from Korea on their bus, performing as they go.