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We still have many performers from this years Edinburgh Fringe to tell you about, here are 3 more productions running at the SpaceUK venues in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Edinburgh during the 20111 Edinburgh Fringe.

How to Catch a Rabbit

How to Catch a Rabbit is a new play about a group of urban Gypsies living in south-east London. We join Stan, Nell, Cass and Sonya as Eric returns to the council-run site. Through their eyes we experience the suffocating encroachment of the state. With live music composed by Shou Jie Eng, you are pulled into the dark and desperate world of Nettlebeck. An exciting and brave confrontation between generations, between cultures, between dogs and their prey. You are the gawja … can you catch a rabbit?  Inspired by one of the LSE‘s founders, George Bernard Shaw, The Revolving Shed draws its name from the revolving hut at the end of the garden in which Shaw penned some of his most famous dramatic works. Entirely student-produced and committed to original work, the company is dedicated to exploring the social sciences through theatre.

How to catch a rabbit is running until the 20th August, get more information and tickets from the Edinburgh Fringe Website

Ophelia

Ophelia wants what many young women want, to have her own life, a boyfriend and to be rid of her father’s nagging and the petty regulations of the state.  Tired of being manipulated by men she decides it’s time to take action.  A fresh look at Hamlet using Shakespeare’s lines but ‘not necessarily in the right order’.  Featuring most of the deaths and some of the best speeches (abridged) but with a woman at the heart of the story.

Ophelia is running until the 27th August, get more information and tickets from the Edinburgh Fringe Website

Bouncers

Welcome to the world of the Bouncers as they introduce us to Maureen, Elaine, Rosie and Sexy Suzy, Terry, Jerry, Kev and Baz, and a plethora of colourful characters, all intent on having a good time in the tatty, glitzy glamour, flashing lights and the pulsating beat of the dance floor. Instantly recognisable to anyone who has ever been part of the club scene! Godber’s popular comedy never fails to entertain. So come and join the Bouncers for a night of fun, frolics and social commentary in this fast-paced and frenzied show. You won’t be disappointed!

Bouncers is running until the 27th August, get more information and tickets from the Edinburgh Fringe Website

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