With the Festival Fringe 2018
Aunt Augusta has returned home from her travels, and it’s that time of year when turn our attention to the Edinburgh Fringe in August. And this year it’s all about Love! ❤
Auditions for our two Fringe productions will be held Monday 9th April, 7pm at St Mark’s Unitarian Church.
Performances will be Monday 13th – Saturday 18th August at 6:15pm and 8:30pm
There are a total of 9 parts across the two productions; 6 women and 3 men.
If you’re interested in auditioning and would like to see either of the scripts beforehand please contact Michael.
Arkle Theatre Company Early Finge Show
Laugh Out Loud (Cry Quietly) by Stacie Lents
Directed by Jana Doughty
Love at first swipe?
Laugh Out Loud (Cry Quietly) follows an eclectic group of twenty-somethings living in New York City as they turn to the internet (where else?) to find love. Through the intricate weaving of wacky text messages and awkward dates, each person learns what they can – and can’t – tolerate in a mate.
Playful and feel-good, LOL offers a touching and relatable look at the lengths we go to for love.
Arkle Theatre Company Late Fringe Show
You Remind Me of You by Matthew Capodicasa
Directed by Hannah Bradley
Girl meets boy. Boy meets girl.
It’s a familiar story which becomes complicated when he can’t remember her face.
Adele and Vincent meet in a bar, where most modern love stories begin. But love is never easy and the pair have family illness and neurological disease in the way of happiness.
As Adele begins to fall for Vincent, a musician with face blindness, her father’s condition worsens and she finds herself surrounded by people who, despite knowing her deeply, cannot recognise her.
They say that love is blind; can it truly conquer all?
For full character breakdowns click on the show title below.