by Anna Fält & Pia Pohjakallio Duo [FI/SE]

¡RÅ!

¡RÅ!
Female heroes, everyday heroes, incantations and spells accompanied by percussive dance and strong stage presence: ¡RÅ! is a journey through women's lives put together in an intricate, at times meditative, minimalist setting. Pia and Anna have, in an unexpected seamless way, brought together two distinct traditions without any loss of strength in either of the expressions used. They highlight long-ago forgotten texts from the lives of ordinary women. Think Finnish folk songs and flamenco!
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by Cut Mustard Theatre [AU/NO]

2100: A Space Novelty

2100: A Space Novelty
'2100: A Space Novelty' makes full use of physical comedy that goes beyond any regular comedy show and takes audiences on an epic space adventure leaving them wanting a sequel! With elements of mime, vocal sound effects, live music, origami spaceships and multilingual characters, this is a space show like no other. With a cast from diverse cultural backgrounds, let these highly trained hilarious actors entertain you.
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by Huldufug [GB/IS]

A Box in the Desert

A Desert in a Box
A playful, thought-provoking solo experience in VR, about being trapped inside an invisible box in an endless desert. A voice in your head is trying to help you get out, whilst, outside the box, a friendly guardian is trying to convince you to remain inside, safe and protected from the dangers of the outside world. So who will you trust and listen to as reality starts to break down around you? Only one audience member per time slot. You must arrive 5 minutes before your slot is due to begin. Latecomers may not be admitted.
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by Nordic Fringe Network [FI/SE]

Artist Speed Dating

Nordic Fringe Network

After successful editions in Cyprus, Iceland and Sweden, the traditional Stockholm Fringe Festival (STOFF) style artist speed dating touch down in Brighton! Meet artistic peers, introduce your projects, find your future collaborators, have some fika (coffee and pastry). Moderator: Adam Potrykus, Co-Founder/Director of Stockholm Fringe Festival (STOFF).

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by Samira Elagoz [FI]

Cock Cock... Who’s There?

Cock Cock... Who’s There?
'Cock Cock... Who's There?' is not your average show about rape, female bodies, online dating, feminism, the male gaze or whatever other ‘issue’ stickers are freely available to be pasted onto it. Samira Elagoz takes us along on her personal research project across three continents. From online platforms, like Tinder and Chatroulette, to close encounters, she showcases gender relations in their brutal and wonderful ambivalence, and takes the audience on her journey of regaining power and attempts to relate to men.
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by Rebecka Pershagen [SE]

Daddy Issues

Daddy Issues

[Daddy Issues = a derogatory term used to describe the behaviour of young women who are attracted to and / or have sexual relationships with older men.]

'Daddy Issues' is a monologue about older men, young women who love them, and the world who think these women are idiots. The monologue is based on autobiographical experiences, and oscillates between humour and seriousness. We meet dreaming girls, speedy moralists and shameful women, in stories of constantly being deprived of interpretation of their own sexuality. Welcome to group therapy!

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by Jonathan Duffy [IS]

I Wouldn’t Date Me Either

I Wouldn’t Date Me Either

Imagine if you suddenly found yourself single and the last time your were in that situation the iPhone didn't exist. Jono Duffy experienced exactly that in 2015. Like a mole-woman emerging from an underground cellar, he spent almost three years learning how dating works in a technological world where the rules aren’t clear, the market is over saturated and the chlamydia is rampant.

In 'I Wouldn’t Date Me Either' this Australian-born, Iceland-based comedian will share his experiences, dating disasters and sexual mishaps.

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by Mosaikteatern [SE]

Imago

Imago
'Imago' is a tragicomic physical theatre piece with a simplicity that focuses on the actors specific skills and personalities. A white rectangle marked on the floor and four chairs. Five performers bring the audience through images of co-existence and exclusion, loneliness and compassion. The recognition of elementary human conditions make us seem more the same than different.
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by Ladies and a Gentleman [IS]

Ladies and a Gentleman

Ladies and a Gentleman
Dömur og herra, Ladies and a Gentleman, is a burlesque group with its base in Kramhúsið Dance Studio in Reykjavik where they studied Burlesque with the mother of the Icelandic Cabaret scene, Margrét Erla Maack, and guest professors such as Jezebel Express, Maine Attraction, Chris Harder, Gal Friday and Peekabo Pointe to name but a few. The group consists of performers of different ages and backgrounds who share a passion for entertaining and exploring various topics whilst challenging stereotypical ideas about beauty and sensuality. Audiences express feelings of great happiness and warmth.
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by Benedikte Esperi Produktion

Laterland (Performance/Workshop)

Laterland Nordic 2019

Laterland is a physical performance created specifically for every site and occasion, inviting participants to collaborate. By starting with a workshop led by Benedikte Esperi, in methods on the topic how to create and compose a collective performance in public space the participants creates and perform on common ground.

KOREOARTscape Nomadic is a video art concept producing site-specific short videos projected on public walls outdoor. "In my practice it’s about being present and curious, playing with risk and trust at the same time, mirroring not only the society but also the representation."

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by Boaz Barkan [DK]

May I Speak About Dance

May I Speak About Dance
A dancer dances, while another explains. A quirky performance-lecture about the problems of dance and meaning, referencing iconic figures in contemporary dance such as Yvonne Rainer, Tatsumi Hijikata and Jérȏme Bel, and getting tangled in non-dance, Butoh and somatic practice. Tongue firmly in cheek, Boaz Barkan’s performance involves you as a guest in an irreverent and witty exploration of what dance is and can be and how it is experienced. For all of us who find dance and performance tedious at times, or are feeling a little jaded, this is a chance to refresh your critical palate.
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by Reality Research Center [FI]

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty
'Sleeping Beauty' is a participatory performance that approaches sexuality through power and role play. The performance offers an opportunity to carry out fantasies with a 'sleeping' person. The participant can choose to be either the sleeper or the visitor, and bring accessories or props to their liking. *This is a one-to-one experience where tickets are not bookable in advance. Customers are invited to register their interest in participating by calling The Old Market Box Office team on 01273 201 801. Registration of interest is on a first-come, first served basis. On the night of the event, customers will be invited to talk with the company about the performance. Once permission has been given by the company, customers will then be allowed to purchase their ticket from the Box Office. Please note that the company reserve the right to refuse admission and that registering interest does not guarantee entry.
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by Stand Up Yours [SE]

Stand Up Yours

Stand Up Yours
The prize-winning feministic and queer Swedish comedy club gives you a 50 minute stand-up show right from the heart of the two club directors, Therese Sandin and Pernilla Hammargren.
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