We’re delighted to announce that our primary Fringe 2018 production will be:
Antigone na h’Éireann
A brand new adaptation of the ancient Greek myth transports the story to 2019 and sets it in post-Troubles Northern Ireland in the wake of a hard-border Brexit, where the threat of dissident terrorist groups still lingers. It takes inspiration from both the famous Sophocles play and other versions of the tale.
The show will be performed at
the Edinburgh Fringe
3rd-26th August 2018 (excl. 12th & 19th)
6pm at Paradise in the Vault.
We will also be returning to the
at the following dates & times
7th July, 7.30pm
12th July, 9.15pm
13th July, 7.30pm
at The Arts Centre
We will also be making our debut at the
Greater Manchester Fringe
4pm at The King’s Arms
We’re crowdfunding to bring both Antigone na h’Éireann and our second show, The Shakespeare Catalysts, to the Edinburgh, Buxton & Greater Manchester Fringes.
For every £30 raised, we’re pledging to run a free hour of youth theatre workshops for local kids in the Edinburgh & Lothians area. On top of that, there are lots of extra things on offer including free show tickets, Aulos Productions mugs and more.
The first two days of a crowdfunding campaign are crucial. Even if you can’t donate, a share to your friends on social media or by word-of-mouth would mean the world to us!
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