Institut français d'Ecosse

Fringe 2016 #2

Show previews

Fri 5 August

We all know that time and money are flying, especially during the Fringe Festival! Alors, no time (and no money) to lose, come along to discover one of our 5 Vive le Fringe’s shows early and at the very special preview price of £6.

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Coming Soon

Kids shows

5 - 28 August

From a dreamlike dance show to a giant pop-up book, from pieces of rags to puppets, our two children’s shows are sweet and beautiful. Both on twice a day, Chiffonnade by Carré Blanc Cie and The Story of Mr B by Shake Shake Theatre will both embark you on a poetic and colourful journey.

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Theatre

5 - 28 August

Between The Other by Gaël le Cornec, Diary of a Madman by Compagnie des Perspectives and The Empire Builders by Theatre Hayal Perdesi, our theatre programme offers a little something for everyone! Expect to be amazed, disturbed and moved with some classic, absurd and contemporary pieces of theatre.

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Le Bistrot by Maxime

9.30 am - 9.00 pm

Because taking care of your stomach is as important as taking care of your artistic curiosity, our Bistrot run by Pâtisserie Maxime is serving petit-déjeuner, light meals and snacks all day, throughout the festival.

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Theatre workshops

Every Thursday in August, 6.00pm

Drama games, improvisation, play readings, experience the Fringe in French with Théâtre sans accents. Whatever your level, join Marion for 1,5 hour of fun in the cosy atmosphere of our Bistrot.

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We Recommend

Ubu on the table

By Theatre de la Pire Espece
3-28 August - Summerhall

All the grotesqueness of the world on a table! Created in 1998, performed more than 750 times in North America and Europe, this award-winning adaptation of Alfred Jary’s Ubu Roi makes its UK debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Come and meet Père Ubu!

A Man Standing

By Théâtre de l’Ancre
5-14 August - Summerhall

The play tells the true story of Jean-Marc Mahy, a man who spent 19 years in prison, three of them in solitary confinement. This powerful play goes beyond artistic considerations and has been recognised for its public utility by the French Ministry of Culture.

Christine Bovill’s Paris

12,13&15, 18-21 August
The Famous Spiegeltent

Christine Bovill’s unforgettable voice plunges us back to the golden age of French song, in the poetic and romantic atmosphere of le Paris des années 50. From Brel to Aznavour, from Piaf to Barbara, her show is a pure delight.

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