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Everything Must Go

or The Voluntary Attempt to Overcome Unnecessary Obstacles
Beady Eye

16 - 26 June 2010 / 19:45
The Pit


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Read 4* Financial Times review here

A father/daughter collaboration created for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Everything Must Go is a heartfelt exploration of an extraordinary life.

Intended to be staged as a duo, innovative performer Kristin Fredricksson beautifully pays tribute to her late father, the charismatic artist Karl Fredricksson, using cinefilm, clowning, dance, puppetry and hurdling as she shares intimate details of his life with the audience.

This moving meditation on love, loss, memory and play won a Total Theatre Award in 2009.

Performance time: 19:45
Running time: 60mins / no interval
Latecomers will not be admitted

Tues 22 Jun, 7.45pm
Signed Performance

Written and performed by Kristin Fredricksson

Dramaturgy and movement analysis Arlette George
Lighting Hansjörg Schmidt
Tour Producer Jo Crowley

Development supported by barbicanbite10, the University of Kent and Theatre Royal Margate.

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