Edinburgh Fringe Preview Festival
Churchill Studio, Bromley
Mon 17 - Sat 22 July 2017
The 2017 Edinburgh Fringe is presenting seven productions over the week from different genres. Come along to see what the brightest, young theatre makers in the country have to offer this Summer!
Tue 18 Jul 9PM
Should you apologies for half-truths? How do you avoid crossing lines you never agreed existed? What’s the point in ‘being open’ when you keep avoiding the one conversation you need to have? Breakfast and Broken Boundaries is an original Spoken Word show written and performed by Chama Kay and Antonia King exploring loving yet complicated friendships.
Age restriction: 16+
Award-winning comic and playwright Mary Bourke presents an hilarious show on Irish identity in a post Brexit World .
Watch in awe as presents her authentic guide to authentic Irishness.
Fri 21 July 6PM
This brand-new play is based on The House Project by abstract landscape artist Kane Cunningham. He bought a house situated dangerous close to the edge of an eroding cliff that was condemned to fall to the sea. He had the idea to have people post their secrets to him intending for them to fall with the house. When the council stepped in and announced that the house would instead be demolished, Kane’s responsibility as keeper of the secrets came into question causing a regression back to his punk routes.
Fri 21 July 9PM
Inspired by Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, this play takes place in a modern day fertility unit. Here refugees have one use, helping capitals conceive children. Run by a charming, pioneering and insightful young Doctor, treatment has a 100% track record, one way or another.
Journeying from the fresh hole in the ground that’s definitely not a grave next to the visitor’s centre in Mungo National Park, Tasmanian yoga instructors Lucille and Django share lessons of enlightenment taught by their late yoga master, Steve. Join the irreverent duo as they tour the world and may or may not be on the run from a shadowy past in the far, far east. Of Australia.
Witness the début of PlayFool Theatre’s original work; written and performed by Marcus Tischhauser and Lauren O’Leary.
Challenge yourself to achieve enlightenment, but first and foremost: to win at yoga! Django and Lucille guarantee attendance will result an 80-60% chance of being reincarnated as a human in the next life! Need a laugh or a good stretch or both or neither? Then this is the show for you!
We hope to teach you many or no things about yoga.
Sat 22 July 9PM
Local girl Carly Smallman (star of ITV and BBC) brings an hour of her greatest hits to Bromley! Expect jokes, songs and oversharing aplenty in this fun friendly hour of stand up comedy.
Tickets are £8.00 a show.
You can purchase a Festival Pass, which costs £19.50 and includes 3 shows (£6.50/show).