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The old Leith Theatre, Ferry Road, EH6 4AE Edinburgh, United Kingdom
THEATRE: Final chance to see Grid Iron performing their new work-in-progress South Bend and Ludens Ensemble’s Shakespeare-inspired Love, plus Jamie And Lewis Wardrop’s Glasgow V Edinburgh. Also appearing is Clare Marcie asking What Would Kanye Do? – a solo performance project which follows the fantasies, fears and passions of aspiring rapper Marcy as she struggles to justify her irrational love for a divisive rap star.
FILM: Cinema for the night is provided by Africa in Motion (AiM) film festival, making it possible for Scottish audiences to engage with African stories and industry professionals from the continent.
MUSIC: Tthere's an excellent array of music on offer featuring South African born Glasgow rapper SWVN, electro synth / funk maestro Midi Paul, krautrock weirdo pop grunge outfit D T H P D L and jazz / classical fusion artist Maud the moth. For more info on the music bill visit here: facebook.com/events/1407024236003642/
DANCE: Elsewhere in the theatre, 'Threefold' is an evening of contemporary dance curated by Kathryn Spence, featuring work from herself, Tess Letham and Katie Armstrong. From exploring our personal boundaries to seeing How to Survive the Future, there will be new and exciting movement and music. An evening of complimenting contrasts; a solo, a duet and ensemble work, with fresh new music created from soundscapes recorded inside the Inchindown War tanks by Kathryn Spence and produced by Cold Courage.
Plus, UNFORESEEN returns to Hidden Door bringing new work influenced by output from the 2015 series. Independent arts organisations in dance, electroacoustic music and digital visuals respond to audience feedback through live improvisation, leading collective participation in an ever-evolving new work.