New wave Flemish theatre.
BRONKS, Big in Belgium, Richard Jordan, Theatre Royal Plymouth
In September 2004, during a school hostage drama in Beslan, the greatest of evils (terrorists) chose the greatest good (a group of children) as their victim. Us/Them is not a straightforward account of this terrible drama, but is about the entirely individual way children cope with extreme situations.
Ontroerend Goed, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Vooruit, Richard Jordan Productions, Summerhall
Multiple Fringe First winners Ontroerend Goed return to Edinburgh with their new solo piece about the end of humanity and what comes after.
Yinka Kuitenbrouwer, Big in Belgium, Richard Jordan, Theatre Royal Plymouth
Join Yinka in her new Edinburgh home, a small wooden cabin specially built in Summerhall’s Courtyard, to experience an intimate performance. One Hundred Homes is an ongoing performance; each time that Yinka performs the play, she also visits people from the area, adding their stories to her archives.
Dood Paard, Big in Belgium, Richard Jordan, Theatre Royal Plymouth
Macbeth and Kurt Cobain and Lady Macbeth and Courtney Love inspire a pitch-black comedy about unbridled ambition, hunger for power and an addiction to intoxication and ecstasy.
Het nieuwstedelijk, Big in Belgium, Richard Jordan, Theatre Royal Plymouth
A teenage girl runs away from home to the city. Nobody notices but is there actually someone looking out for her?
Atelier Bildraum, Big in Belgium, Richard Jordan, Theatre Royal Plymouth
Architect Steve Salembier and photographer Charlotte Bouckaert use architectural models, live photography, sounds and music to take the audience on a trip between 2D and 3D.