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Kelly Apter highlights some of the Fringe’s most unmissable dance, physical theatre and circus shows
SCOTTISH BALLET Scottish Ballet is back at the Edinburgh International Festival with two very different works from two equally fine choreographers, Angelin Preljocaj and Crystal Pite. See preview, page 55. Festival Theatre, 473 2000, 18–20 Aug, 7.30pm, £12–£32 (£6–£16).
OCKHAM’S RAZOR: TIPPING POINT Specially constructed posts are turned into Chinese poles, tightropes and see-saws in this new show about balance from Ockham’s Razor. See review at list.co.uk C scala, 0845 260 1234, until 25 Aug (not 23), 3pm, £14.50–£16.50 (£12.50–£14.50).
ÉOWYN EMERALD & DANCERS Making a welcome return to the Fringe, this American company delivers four strong works of modern ballet. Lots of sold out shows, so get your tickets quick. See review, page 58. Greenside at
Royal Terrace, 557 2124, until 27 Aug (not 21), 1.50pm, £10 (£8).
RAW Belgian dance company Kabinet K take an unusual look at childhood resilience in this energetic Edinburgh International Festival show, populated largely by children aged 9–11. See feature at list.co.uk EICC, 473 2000, 27 Aug, 4pm & 7pm; 28 Aug, 2pm & 7pm, £20 (£10).
POP-UP DUETS Popping up in among the static objects in the National Museum of Scotland, this lovely series of nine duets from Janis Claxton Dance hits you in all the right places. See review, page 58. National Museum of Scotland, 0300 123 6789, until 28 Aug (not 22 & 23), 3.30pm, free.
CLOSER BY CIRCA One of Australia’s finest circus companies (and that’s a pretty crowded market) prove they can keep on delivering the goods, in this breathtaking new show. See review, page 58. Underbelly George Square, 0844 545 8252, until 29 Aug (not 23), 6.55pm, £17.50– £18.50 (£16.50–£17.50).
56 THE LIST FESTIVAL 18–29 Aug 2016