Scottish Dance Theatre at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017
Wednesday 7 Jun 2017
Scottish Dance Theatre is delighted to be bringing three productions to this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Beginning our Fringe season between 16-20 August at ZOO Southside is TuTuMucky by London-based choreographer Botis Seva. First premiered in Dundee in February 2017, the work explores peace within chaos and how important it is as human beings to find peace for ourselves, regardless of what is imposed on us by society. Set to a score of original music by beat producer Torben Lars Sylvest. Tickets Available Now
Also at ZOO Southside from 22-26 August is Process Day by Sharon Eyal and Gai Behar part of the British Council Edinburgh Showcase, a sensory experience transforming dancers into sleek, androgynous, nocturnal beings guided through shadows by a futuristic techno soundtrack. Pulsating movements capture the universal drive of striving for fulfilment and release. Tickets Available Now
We'll also be bringing Fleur Darkin's Velvet Petal: Bedroom to Summerhall a re-iteration of Velvet Petal which recently had its UK premiere at Dance International Glasgow at the Tramway Theatre. Inspired by the life cycle of the Monarch butterfly, the photography of Robert Mapplethorpe, and the transformative power of creating beauty out of whatever you can find on the bedroom floor. Set to a fresh dance-punk score arranged by Torben Lars Sylvest including music by LCD Soundsystem, Spoek Mathambo and Fourtet. Tickets Available Now
All shows are part of the Made in Scotland Showcase a curated showcase of Scottish performance on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, supported through the Scottish Government's Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund.