Park at the Arc for the best of the Edinburgh Fringe!
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Edinburgh '5 most exciting new venue, right next to Waverley Station at 63A Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh
@RQ’QRAMME UNSLUDES: o Foxtrot in the sand The African Peoples' Theatre highlight Black issues with a powerful combination of dance, music and drama ' a remarkable synthesis...moving. comical and thought-provoking' The Guardian
0 The Splitting of Latham Bench Tom's extraordinary vision of the mysteries of phrenology, ‘one of the best things on the fringe...clever, rowdy and funny' Scotsman 'versatilrty, imagination and sheer tolent' Richard Neville, List
0 Hall of Healing Sean O‘Casey's richly comic and moving indictment of health care for the pOOr 'sharp humour and melodrama...the bitter words seep through' Scotsman
0 Will Gaines The legendary jazz hoofer takes to the boards
0 Arcade music Late night music and dance sessions 0 Rebecca Stevens & Edward ludor-Pole in The Live Bed Show ‘lnspired comic writing' The Guardian ‘lncredibly sweet and sexy, with two winning pertormances' Time Out ‘Rings tenderly and hilariously true.’ City Limits
0 Dog in a manger A blazing new version of Lope de Vega's comic masterpiece. 'one can only applaud the verve of the author and the versatility and courage of all concerned' Scotsman
0 Arcade mwic Late night music and dance sessions
BUSTER BROWN'S Venue No. 60
Stop press: Saturday 24th: African music and dance extravaganza!
live Blues Band
oJapanese dance theatre from Shanghai Taro Buto Kuoshi 0 25th [O 315[ (CXCI. Charlie Chuck 0 many m0“?
8 .30 - 10 p.m. . . _ And if you're exhausted by theatrical fare try Edinburgh's first tapas bar at the Arc. Open until 3 am.
For further details ring The Arc Box Ofﬁce on oar ~557 9422
THE GEORGE SQUARE mum 11.45pm A0605! 26th - 3Ist Box Office - tel: 031 667 3704
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