Edinburgh 2010

Illustration by Magda Boreysza

 


About

2010 was, unbeknownst to us at the time, our penultimate year at Bristo Hall, and featured an unprecedentedly long and late programme, as a new arrangement with the Forest Café saw Forest Fringe curating a series of late-night parties alongside our regular programme, including Action Hero’s Robot Disco and Brian Lobel’s intimate one-on-one extravaganza Cruising For Art.

We also ran a series of free day-long workshops for anyone that was interested, including a site-specific workshop run by Grid Iron’s Ben Harrison and Geraldine Pilgrim, an audio workshop by Melanie Wilson and Duncan Speakman, and a workshop on intimate performance by Deborah Pearson and the wonderful Adrian Howells.

The main programme featured Kieran Hurley’s solo show Hitch, Tania El Khoury’s hidden one-to-one performance Jarideh Ant Hampton’s auto-teatro work The Bench alongside work by Polar Bear and Dylan Tighe and a collaboration with Arts Admin called Future Editions. In the lobby, Bootwork’s James Baker, climbed a ladder for over six hours a day every day for 30 days to reach the height of space, Richard Dedomenici pitched a tent in the back garden for DeDomegamix, Deborah Pearson took over a video store in Marchmont for Like You Were Before, Duncan Speakman’s subtlemob secretly occupied the grassmarket and Tinned Fingers transformed the main space for The Last Romance Club Ever.


Dates

09/08/2010 – 21/08/2010

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