An empty arena. A blindfolded man. A mysterious woman. A bouquet of flowers poised to be delivered… Set to a century-spanning score, from Henry Purcell to contemporary San Francisco composer Marc Kate, End without Days is a meditation on time, sudden endings and unbridgeable distances. Stephen Pelton Dance Theatre returns to the Fringe, after an absence of 15 years, with the world premiere of Pelton’s elegiac new work. End without Days was developed through a residency at Dance Base and with design by Chris Davey & Jessica Brigham, dramaturgy by Struan Leslie and performances by Freya Jeffs and Edd Mitton.
Studio Three Aug 5-7,12-14,19-21 19:30 (45m) £15.00 (£13.00/£10.00) Aug 9-11,16-18 19:30 (45m) £14.00 (£12.00/£10.00)