We are mid way through the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, one of the most exciting showcases of creative performance in the world. Of course, there will be some Dundee creative’s rubbing shoulders among this exciting pool of international talent.
We’d like to give a big shout some of those working hard in Edinburgh during this month. If you can’t make through, I’m sure they will be back to entertain us all in Dundee very soon.
Good luck everyone!
13th-18th August| 11:15am |Space Caberet | Venue 54
‘We are gutsy but always take ourselves with a pinch of salt and hopefully provide a comic injection!’
St Andrews university students by day, a cappella group by night, The Accidentals are on a summer break with a difference. This year is the group’s first time at The Fringe. Having been the only all female group to make it to the London Finals of the UK Voice Festival, they can now pride themselves as the “Best all female group in the UK”.
They describe their style as “A mix of the freshest songs and the fiercest beats”. The audience can expect anything from hip hop, disco, jazz, and Motown
Get your tickets here
Their new EP is available as a free download here
CoDa Dance Company |Eden Dance Works |Jai Hutchison | NineBOBNote Dance Theatre| John Ross
3rd-27th August | 12.10pm – 13.25pm | Old Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, 39 Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh. EH1 1DH | Venue 45
‘…a refreshing theatrical experience that would positively have me floating back for more…’ On The Fringe 2011.’
Insights’ is a choreographic platform, which supports graduates as they embark on their journey into the professional dance world. Through this initiative, graduates of the Scottish School of Contemporary Dance, based at the Space, Dundee have the opportunity to perform across the UK. First stop this summer, Edinburgh, then off to London and Newcastle. This will surely be an exciting opportunity for all those involved.
All tickets are £5 and are available from the Space UK and Fringe box offices here