|1st Aug 2019 to 25th Aug 2019|
|Various times - see event website for details|
10 Cambridge Street, Edinburgh West EH1 2ED
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|Event organiser/part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe|
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The global gap between rich and poor grows. As the world is decaying, the spawn of the powerful dance like everyone is watching.
From the company behind the Fringe First award-winning The Believers Are But Brothers, this is a darkly comedic, urgent new play about entitlement, consumption and digital technology, exploring cycles of historic decline and rebirth and the ways societies try to reproduce themselves. Written and directed by artist, writer and activist Javaad Alipoor.
Co-commissioned by Diverse Actions, Theatre in the Mill, Norfolk & Norwich Festival, Battersea Arts Centre and Bush Theatre.
Venue: Traverse 2
Price: Preview tickets £15/£9 | Full price £21 | Standard concession £15.50 | Under 30s & Students £15 | Other concession £5
Duration: 1 hour 10 minutes
Age Guide: 14+
Strictly no latecomers.
Image: Jack Offord
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