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Edinburgh Festival Fringe

2 – 26 August 2012

Spectacular outdoor Polish Theatre in the Old College Quad in association with the University of Edinburgh

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intimate drama + Universal Hinge + workshops, comedy, film and special events in

Hill Street Theatre


2012 Welcome to the 23rd Universal Arts Festival programme This Olympic year is both interesting and challenging. We are proud to be involved in the celebration of culture taking place in the shadow of sport. In collaboration with the University of Edinburgh, Universal Arts presents a programme of dazzling outdoor theatre in the Old College Quad. We bring back world-renowned Teatr Biuro Podróży with Macbeth – Who is That Bloodied Man, plus their new spectacle Planet Lem, based on the works of Stanislaw Lem. We also present a special one-off performance of Podróży’s award-winning Carmen Funebre in aid of Amnesty International and KTO theatre from Krakow with their epic production of The Blind based on a book by Jose Saramago. We are also delighted to be back in Hill Street Theatre; its 38th year as a Festival Fringe venue. In addition to our usual focus on established Scottish and international companies, including the celebrated Northern Ireland actor Don Gordon, Scottish theatre companies Objektiv and Strange Town, we are working in partnership with exceptional and inspiring young professionals from Hinge Productions to enhance the Hill Street experience. They are chosen partners in a new initiative that aims to develop the next generation of venue producers and managers. Universal Hinge is the start of a three-year programme that includes budgeting, programming, creating and running temporary festival venues. The programme also includes workshops and talks about the benefits and challenges of domestic and international touring – open to all who are interested. Additionally we are going to run other workshops for theatre practitioners by British and international professionals. For the latest details please check our website www.universalartsfestival.com Tomek Borkowy, Artistic Director Universal Arts

Staff List UNIVERSAL ARTS TEAM

HINGE PRODUCTIONS

Tomek Borkowy Artistic Director

Sam Briggs & Katie Lambert Artistic Directors

Sarah Robinson Operations Manager

Liz Cahill Producer

Richard Bell Production and Technical Manager

Meg Roberts Press and Marketing Manager

Chris Lord Communications Manager

James Soldan Associate Director

Martyna Dargiewicz Hill Street Theatre Manager

Tash Cutts Set designer

Tomasz Kowol Web Master

Helen White Events booker

Emma Quinn Brochure Design

Hinge would also like to thank their fantastic, hardworking and ridiculously good looking staff team.

Trish McGuinness Press Manager press@universal-arts.co.uk

Thanks

Universal Arts would like to thank University of Edinburgh Festivals Office and especially Chris Barnes, Lorna Brain, Caroline Fraser and Ruth Fisher for their great collaboration. Thanks also to Edinburgh Fringe Society, Festivals Edinburgh and Paul Rutherford of Hill Street Masonic Society for their support.

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Old college Quad 192 South Bridge, EH8 9YL 0131 226 0000

Universal Arts in collaboration with University of Edinburgh present

The KTO Theatre (Poland)

The Blind

a performance without words

A spectacular outdoor performance inspired by the best-selling novel Blindness by Nobel Prize winner Jose Saramago. People lose their eyesight in unexplained circumstances. The epidemic spreads fast. It leads to panic. The authorities seclude the first group of blind people in a secure mental asylum. The secluded community then begins to set their own rules. "The blind lose their civilisational structure and create their own world based on violence and animalistic instincts." Gazeta Wyborcza "They cause pain, repeat old gestures of tenderness, reach the bottom of debauchery.” Pawel Glowacki, Dziennik Polski The Blind is a shocking study of human condition, “evoking the memory of paintings by Hieronymus Bosch.” www.sztukaulicy.pl The KTO is a theatre on the road with a style reminiscent of European fairground theatre in the medieval tradition. Its shows have been seen by more than 1.5million people around the world. http://teatrkto.pl/en.html Aug 3–27, times and prices vary: Preview Aug 3, 21:00 (1hr) £7 Aug 4 & 5 & 10 –12, 21:00 (1hr) £15 (£13) Aug 6–9 & 13 –15, 21:00 (1hr) £13 (£10) Aug 16, 20–23, 22:30 (1hr) £13 (£10) Aug 17–19 & 24–27, 22:30 (1hr) £15 (£13)

Co-presented by Adam Mickiewicz Institute and financially supported by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage Universal Arts Festival Page 3


Old college Quad 192 South Bridge, EH8 9YL 0131 226 0000 Universal Arts in collaboration with University of Edinburgh present

Teatr Biuro Podrozy Known worldwide for their stunning, visually captivating interpretation of Macbeth and for Carmen Funebre – presented here for just one performance in aid of Amnesty International – Fringe First winners Biuro Podrozy also perform their extraordinary sci-fi inspired Planet Lem – all within the dramatic setting of Old College Quad at the University of Edinburgh.

Macbeth: Who is that Bloodied Man? Who are the people covered in blood? What has the war taught them? Do the cruelties they experienced allow them to sleep peacefully? The performance takes place on the borderline of reality and nightmare, where earthly characters coexist with witches and ghosts. The performance “translating the language of Shakespeare into a series of exhilarating vignettes” (New York Times), makes spectacular use of a moving set, motorbikes, stilts and fire to get at the dark, haunting essence of the play. “It's one long and exhilarating blast of images wrapped around thundering music, licking flames and wafting smoke… a production that shows this magnificent Polish company at its best, and a reminder that large-scale outdoor theatre really can be thoughtful, as well as an eyeful.” Guardian

Preview Aug 2–3, 22:30 (1hr) £7 Aug 4 & 5, 10 –12, 22:30 (1hr) £15 (£13) Aug 6 –9, 13, 22:30 (1hr) £13 (£10)


Old college Quad 192 South Bridge, EH8 9YL 0131 226 0000

Planet Lem Planet Lem is a future land, which has become a false paradise. This sci-fi performance features spectacular moving sets, lighting effects, multimedia projections and composed symphonic and post-industrial sounds. It is inspired by the work of Stanislaw Lem, one the giants of science fiction literature whose Solaris was filmed by Tarkovsky and remade by Soderburgh with George Clooney. Planet Lem is a satirical and poignant diagnosis of the contemporary world and the relationship between technological progress and the limitations of the human race. “Technological acceleration enables us to create and satisfy needs while at the same time introduces virtually unlimited possibilities for control and manipulation. The longing for the sacred, a fantastic decorum, and dreams of a better world make sci-fi today one of the most creative reservoirs for romantic thinking.”

Preview Aug 16, 21:00 (1hr) £7 Aug 17–19, 24–262, 21:00 (1hr) £15 (£13) Aug 20–23, 21:00 (1hr) £13 (£10)

Carmen Funebre Charity Performance in aid of Amnesty International

Created in 1994 and inspired by war in the former Yugoslavia, Carmen Funebre has been presented in more than 50 countries across the world. Using stilts, fire, searchlights, spectacular sets, and bone-chilling music to evoke both fear and compassion. Carmen Funebre is a previous Fringe-First winner and Critics’ Award winner.

Aug 14, 22:30 (50mins) £10

“an unforgettable dramatisation of war.” Observer “terrifying and highly recommended.” Guardian

www.teatrbiuropodrozy.pl Co-presented by Adam Mickiewicz Institute and financially supported by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

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at Hill Street Theatre

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Welcome to Hill Street Theatre From a no good, nihilistic panda, to man mothering a bear; from the Titanic shipyard to an abandoned Budapest flat, – this year, we are exceedingly proud to have a mix of exceptional shows, from established international and Scottish companies to exciting young talent, all in one of the Fringe’s oldest and longest-serving venues. “dedicated to quality” Daily Telegraph And that's just the shows. Working in partnership, Universal Arts and Hinge Productions have given the whole venue a stunning makeover. We had been bored, we had been frustrated. We wanted cool days and hot nights without the over priced booze and crap music, we wanted something to write home about. We wanted to meet friends, lovers and contacts (not in that order), and make Hill Street Theatre a hub of innovation, creativity and entertainment. From workshops to comedy nights, and, of course, the best bar on the Fringe, it's all happening at Hill Street. Come to the House Parties, have a 'One Night Stand' with some of the most exciting companies in Edinburgh, party like its 1999, drink gin from teacups and tea from gin cups and live for the nights you can't remember with the people you won't forget. It’s called Universal Hinge. Follow us on twitter (@UniversalHinge) and you’ll be the first to know what's going on and when.

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Universal Arts presents

Strange Town Theatre Company (Scotland)

Teach Me When did you learn to ride a bike? Did a maths exam ever leave you in a cold sweat? Does anyone really enjoy pureed broccoli canapés? Simon is 18. Emma is not. Both have a lot to learn. Fresh from last year's Hex, (“Startlingly talented”, Joyce McMillan, Scotsman) Strange Town Theatre Company returns with a hilarious coming-of-age tale for our all-too-modern world. Alan Gordon, (“A beautiful eye for detail in his dialogue”, FringeGuru.com) delivers a brand new comedy for anyone who's ever had a first time. Sometimes, you just need someone to teach you. For age 14+ www.strangetown.org.uk Hill Street Theatre: Studio 2–26 Aug (not 13 & 20), 14:30 (50mins) Preview Aug 2–3 £5 Sat & Sun £12 (£10) Mon–Fri £9 (£7)

Universal Arts presents

Strange Town Theatre Company (Scotland)

Panga Lucy's life is not what Lucy had expected. Lucy is not happy. But things are about to be put into perspective by an unexpected visitor from her childhood... Expect: Love! Heartbreak! And a debauched, nihilistic, no-good panda. Following 2011's sell-out hit Hex ("...gives comedy a much-needed kick up the arse" The Skinny), Edinburgh company Strange Town return to the Fringe with more uniquely skewed dark comedy theatre. Written by Tim Primrose and Sam Siggs. For age 14+ www.strangetown.org.uk Hill Street Theatre: Theatre 2–26 Aug (not 14), 20:30 (1hr 15m) Preview Aug 2–3 £5 Fri & Sat £13 (£11) Sun–Thurs £11 (£9)

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Spanish Cloister Productions Julian López-Morillas (USA)

Sleep to Wake : Robert Browning Remembers Elizabeth The year 2012 marks the 200th anniversary of Robert Browning's birth. Well-known San Francisco Shakespearean actor Julian Lopez-Morillas brings Browning to life for his 200th birthday. The poet looks back on his life’s work and the correspondence with Elizabeth Barrett that led to their elopement and life together. The show features dramatic renderings of several classic poems (including My Last Duchess, Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister and Pied Piper of Hamelin), and excerpts from the greatest series of love letters in the English language. “Lopez-Morillas vividly encompasses Browning's character, poetry, spirituality and passions... This is a unique and sophisticated performance not to be missed." Dennis Parks, president of San Francisco Browning Society lopezmorillas.com

Hill Street Theatre: Studio 2–13 Aug 16:15 (1hr 15m) Preview Aug 2–3 £5 Sat & Sun £12 (£10), family £28 Mon-Fri £10 (£8) family £24

Universal Arts presents

Nonnie Griffin (Canada)

Sister Annunciata’ s Secret A nun's vow of chastity is a sacred one and never taken lightly. Sister Annunciata's Secret is based on a true story, which took place in 1937 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Without intending to transgress her vow, Sister Annunciata falls in love with a pupil. Her near self-destruction leads her to a changed life and hard-won redemption.

Nonnie Griffin’s one-woman play is based on truth and offers a rare insight into the workings of the human heart. "Since no one in the Church seems to want to admit what they have done to innocent children," she writes, "this nun, in her agony, found she had to deal with herself and her wrongdoing." "deserves to be a classic… a vivid experience of God’s love reflected through an interpretation of a devastating experience." Father William Swift "the sort of concentrated force that has impressed many of her fans and helped make her new ones… it held the audience from beginning to end." Keith Garebian, Stage and Page "We were surprised at the force of the play and the effect it had on us." May Maskow

For age 14+

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Hill Street Theatre: Studio 15–26 Aug 16:15 (1hr) Preview Aug 15 £5 Sat & Sun £11 (£9) Mon-Fri £10 (£8)


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Theatre Objektiv (Scotland)

Wojtek the Bear Written by Raymond Raszkowski Ross, directed by Corinne Harris Wojtek, the loveable Polish soldier bear, fought at Monte Cassino and died in Edinburgh Zoo. His story is one of love and loyalty, war and peace, heroism and hope, spanning half the world from the Soviet Gulag through Persia to the Middle East, Italy and Scotland. A man mothers a bear. Total theatre with live music. Theatre Objektiv is a Scottish company based in Edinburgh which draws on Scottish and European themes and styles to produce scripted and explorative/experimental theatre which combines visual and physical performance with words, music, movement and storytelling. For ages 12+ www.theatreobjektiv.co.uk

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Hill Street Theatre: Theatre 2–26 Aug (not 14 Aug),16:30 (1hr 15m) Preview Aug 2–3 £5 Sat & Sun £12 (£10) Mon-Fri £11 (£9)

Universal Arts presents

Happenstance Theatre Company (Northern Ireland)

The Boat Factory Written by Dan Gordon, directed by Philip Crawford Belfast 1947. A 16-year old boy starts life as an apprentice at Harland & Wolff’s Titanic shipyard. 1,700 ships built between here and the Clyde, 67 different trades, 300 acres, 35,000 men employed at its height. If you can dream it they can build it. This is history – this is his story. "moving, funny, touching, risky, rude and handsome." Damian Smyth, ACNI “Dan Gordon's brilliant two-man play constructs a picture of boat-building, male friendship, hardship, humour and heroism as carefully as the men they portray built the Titanic.” Belfast Telegraph www.happenstancetheatre.co.uk For ages 12+

Hill Street Theatre: Theatre 2–26 Aug (not 14), 18:30 (1hr 20m) Preview Aug 2–3 £5 Sat & Sun £13 (£11) Mon – Fri £11 (£9) Universal Arts Festival Page 9


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Selective Attention

One in Three To belong, to be a part of a whole; this is the human condition. But what happens to those who fall through the cracks, through their own volition? One in Three explores the lives of two young men sharing a familiar town, and how media saturation directly affects who they will become. Whilst one falls in love with a poster girl he’s never met, the other struggles to find the antidote to the mundane cycle of everyday life. What happens when the search for the perfect lifestyle becomes an obsession, a disability?

Hill Street Theatre: Studio 2–26 Aug (not 14), 20:15 (1hr) Preview Aug 2–3 £5 Sat & Sun £8 (£7.50) students £6 Sun –Thurs £7 (£6.50) students £5.50

Wandering Eye Pictures & Firebreak Productions present

The Cradle of Comedy How would you do stand-up comedy in the Middle East? What can you joke about? Who can you make fun of? This groundbreaking documentary film looks at six Middle Eastern comedians through performance and interview. Ahmed Ahmed, Maz Jobrani, Maria Shehata, Maysoon Zayid, Anthony Salame and Ray Badran perform their work and talk about what is haram and what is not. If you are looking for the emerging talent out of the Middle East, you have to see this film.

Hill Street Theatre: Theatre 7–26 Aug (not 14), 12:15 (1hr 40m) £5 Universal Arts Festival Page 10


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Hinge Theatre

Scooped Sit back as Hinge Theatre immerses you in the world of stories, where you are part of the very process of creation. Scooped gives the audience a chance to laugh, cry and remember the childish joy of creating stories; watch as three actors weave a tale in front of your very eyes. Witness as the beings of their imagination animate and develop minds of their own. Inspired by Evelyn Waugh's Scoop, Scooped is a homemade reworking of a classic tale, which asks whether the shape of a story says more about the teller than the told. “original, dynamic and intelligent.” Nouse, 2012. www.hingetheatre.co.uk

Hill Street Theatre: Studio 2–26 Aug (not 14), 18:15 (1hr 10m) Preview Aug 2–3 £5 Sat & Sun £8 (£7) students £5.50 Mon –Fri £7 (£6.50) students £5.50 Hinge Productions presents

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Ordinary Things Discover the different meanings we place on the same items in this new writing from Hinge Theatre. Set in a single Budapest apartment on two evenings, separated by thirty years, this moving play follows two couples as they uncover as much about their own lives as each other’s. Prepare to step into the apartment with them, as original film footage, music, and the intimate setting bring this magical story, inspired by real events, to life. Thirty years, two couples, one box. But what will you find? “Miss this and you'll miss out.” Nouse www.hingetheatre.co.uk Hill Street Theatre: Master's Room 2–26 Aug (not 14), 20:30 (1hr 15m) Preview Aug 2–3 £5 Sat & Sun £8 (£7) students £5.50 Mon –Fri £7 (£6.50) students £5.50

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Dorian Where the original novel was compelling but only incidentally amusing, Will Self's adaptation was brutal and sometimes hysterical. This adaptation brings all the licentious intimations from the subtext of Oscar Wilde's 19th century classic to the forefront within the raving 1980s. Set in the early ‘80s and revolving around a group of hedonistic drug addicts, the narrative follows Wilde's original characters through addiction and debauchery in part homage, part wry parody of the original work. “Hilarious, whilst entirely dark and disturbing.” ★★★★ Nouse “Not for the faint hearted.” TheYorker.co.uk www.hingetheatre.co.uk Hill Street Theatre: Studio 2–26 Aug (not 14), 21.45 (1hr) Preview Aug 2–3 £5 Fri & Sat £8 (£7.50) students £6 Sun –Thurs £7 (£6.50) students £5.50 Hinge Productions presents

Hinge Theatre

Salvi and the Box of Dreams Salvi and the Box of Dreams is brand new and innovative children’s show for ages 4–11. Salvi is an old and mysterious man living a secluded life in his creative den. Recently, Salvi has been having trouble with a locked wooden box; the contents have escaped and are reaping havoc at unexpected moments. Join Kush and his ensemble of dream figures as they reveal a world that has been hidden away for many years... Inspired by the works of Salvador Dali, Hinge Theatre explores the magic and value of imagination through varied forms of performance. Storytelling, laughter, music, puppetry, physical theatre and fun for all the family! We will be holding dream inspiration and craft workshops after each performance. Tickets for these are available at the Hill Street Box office at a discounted price for show ticket holders. www.hingetheatre.co.uk

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Hill Street Theatre: Master’s Room 2–26 Aug (not 14), 10:30 (45m) Preview Aug 2–3 £5 Sat & Sun £8 (£7) students & children £6.50 Mon–Fri £7 (£6) students & children £5.50


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There is always something happening at Hill Street, it’s not just a top-notch line-up of theatre shows. Read below for our specific events, but don't be shy to give our doorbell a ring. ONE NIGHT STANDS The best companies in Edinburgh are coming to spread the love. Expect big names at small prices, and brand new material. Keep your eye on twitter (@UniversalHinge) to find out who and when. Trust us, you won't be disappointed.

Fools at the Hill Wednesdays 8, 15 & 22 Aug, doors 19:45 for 20:00 start, £5 Fringe stalwarts Sad Faces (“side-splittingly funny” ★★★★BroadwayBaby, 2011) are building a home out of blood, sweat and laughter at Hill Street Theatre. Every Wednesday of the festival, they’ll be gathering their favourite stand-up, musical, character and sketch acts together in one place, turning Hill Street’s convivial lounge bar into the greatest variety comedy night at the Fringe! Showstopping headliners, packed line-ups of the highest quality, plus a new set from Sad Faces themselves every week.

Club Dorian Saturdays 4, 11, 18 & 25 Aug, from 23:00, £5 Every Saturday night, a ticket to Hinge Theatre's Dorian also gets you entry into CLUB DORIAN. Step into the hedonistic ‘80s and, for one night only, live the life the play was warning you against. If you haven't seen the play that day, you can still come along, tickets can be bought separately.

Comedy Film Nights 2 – 26 August (not 14), 22:30 (2hr), £5 Top Scottish improv comedians give new meaning to films you love, hate or have never heard of by live dubbing the dialogues. Timeless cult films, respected classics and completely forgotten films will be sent up with entire new scripts. On alternate nights come and sing along with famous screen musicals including Calamity Jane, Grease and others. Find detailed information on our website www.universalartsfestival.com

Hinge Universal at Hill Street presents

workshops 2–26 August, 11:00 (1hr 15m) Throughout the festival we will host a number of workshops on a broad range of subjects related to the performing arts. Delivered by top British and international producers, directors, actors and arts managers including Ed Littlewood, Gerry Mulgrew, Tony Reekie, Pawel Szkotak and Jarek Siejkowski of Teatr Biuro Podrózy among others. For detailed information please check our website www.universalartsfestival.com Universal Arts Festival Page 13


Tickets and information Hill Street Theatre box office From 2 August 0131 226 6522 Old College Quad box office From 2 August 0131 226 6522 www.universalartsfestival.com Main Fringe box office From 10 June 0131 226 0000 www.edfringe.com

Hill Street Theatre Fringe venue 41 19 Hill Street Theatre, EH2 3JP

The Old College Quad Fringe venue 331 South Bridge, EH8 9YL

Access We apologise for not having level access at Hill Street Theatre. Access to the venues is via two flights of stairs and a third to reach the Theatre. Our team is willing to help patrons with mobility difficulties. If you have particular requirements and would like to arrange assistance in advance, please call Hill Street Theatre: 0131 226 6522. There is level access to the Old College Quad for the outdoor performances. parking There is metered parking on and adjacent to Hill Street and Old College Quad. Tickets required 08.30 –18.30 Mon – Sat, time limited to two hours. NCP car park at Castle Terrace (10 min walk from Hill Street Theatre and 20 min walk from Old College Quad). public transport Hill Street and the Old College Quad are easily reached by public transport with the majority of services routed through the city via Princes Street or George Street and North and South Bridges. www.lothianbuses.com


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Panga

One in Three

Ordinary Things

Fools at the Hill

The Boat Factory

Scooped

Wojtek the Bear

Sister Annunciata's Secret

Sleep to Wake

Teach Me

The Cradle of Comedy

Salvi & the Box of Dreams

Hinge Theatre

Strange Town Theatre Company

Selective Attention

Hinge Theatre

Hinge Universal

Happenstance Theatre Company

Hinge Theatre

Theatre Objectiv

Nonnie Griffin

Spanish Cloister Productions

Strange Town Theatre Company

Wandering Eye Pictures

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in e r t a e h t h s i l po d a u Q e g e l l o c d l O spectacular outdoor theatre

The KTO Theatre: The Blind Teatr Biuro Podrozy: Carmen Funebre, Macbeth, Planet Lem

SUNDAY EXPRESS

a wonderful setting – and one of the most exciting things I have ever seen LYNN BARBER, OBSERVER once seen, never to be forgotten JOYCE MCMILLAN, SCOTSMAN

photo: Murdo Macleod

one of the most compelling pieces of theatre l have ever seen STEVEN BERKOFF, EVENING STANDARD

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