Friday 18 June 2010

on the fringe of the fringe

Earlier today, this blog was flicking through the Edinburgh Fringe Festival programme wondering if there were any plays that touch on climate change, the environment, or green issues. A little more searching since then, and this is the modest list so far:

The Zimbabwe farming play is Allegations. The Devon fishing play is Bound. There are two plays about Hurricane Katerina: The Rope in Your Hands and The Katrina Project: Hell and High Water. There are two plays about wolves: Howling and Wolf. And Cirque de Legume is back playing with vegetables.

Also, there's Hard Rain, the exhibition of photography by Mark Edwards (pic). And Ian Garrett is scheduled to come over for an event/talk session on theatre sustainability.

Let us know of any others. There's Faustus, of course ...

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