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6-16 September 2018

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I want to see… at Amsterdam Fringe

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Here’s our unique guide to help you find a show to see at Amsterdam Fringe. We’ve pulled out the popular, the weird and the eclectic. So, scan down and get booking!

I want to see…

… a drawing performance based on locations and the main street of the city Tehran. Then see The Mountain

…an immersive urban dance theater show about Amsterdam Zuidoost. Then see (Y)our eyes only

… some musical, theatrical, physical, visual and personal performance. Then see Song of the Sisters

… a physical theatre performance. Then see The Bitchboy Project

… a theatrical experience that engages the audience to manipulate their senses. Will you opt-out or opt-in? Then see How to defend yourself

… a posthuman choreography where body, earth and sensor technology are connected into the same rhythm. Then see Still Moving

… a pole dancer, a drummer, a chemistry. Then see Loops

…  a non-verbal performance that questions whether digital technology made us forget what moves us and who we really are. Then see Present Tense

… an interdisciplinary club collective, consisting of seven young, fresh performers from Holland and Belgium. Then see This is a city near the sea, but no boats, only sweat

… some storytelling. THen see Next to Normal

… a one-person theatre-dance play . Then see XYX

… some performance art, dance and theatre. Then see Puppies for Sale

… some acrobatic movement theatre. Then see We are not a couple

… … a tale of suspicion, fear and moral courage. Then see Night Passage

… some combined dance, theatre and visual art. Then see Vaska

… a visual, sensorial and emotional journey which explores our social obsession of self-exposure through the use of modern technology.  Then see Emotional Porn – Exhibition of the Self

… a new music and movement performance that steps away from the traditional concert format. Then see Vulnus

We’ll be adding more recommendations in the run up to, and during the Fringe.



Link Collage

A new way to explore Amsterdam Fringe – our essential links to navigate the Fringe…

Simply click on an image to reveal details of a recommended show.

Follow your artistic instincts…

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Our link collage will grow in the run up to, and during the Fringe.



Keyword Chaos

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Here’s another way to find a show at Amsterdam Fringe.

We’ve trawled the programme and our own knowledge base and selected the most intriguing phrases in programme line up. So, choose the phrase that draws you in, click on the link and get booking. Use your intuition…

“a struggle between the ongoing daily-life rush and the urge to grasp moments of silence. Meet us in a landscape of post-its, motivational oneliners and mesmerizing beats!”

“The performance becomes a rhythmic ritual where we meet each other and our environment in a physical experience of time.”

“For centuries musicians have tried to find a way to go through the process untouched, but … What would happen if we were to stop hiding behind the preconceived ways of expressing affections?”

“The performance becomes a rhythmic ritual where we meet each other and our environment in a physical experience of time.”

“The music ranges from close harmony tofree-jazz improvisation. In words which can be a poëm as well as a dialogue.”

“It’s getting dark. A night train is moving through Europe. On board the train is Miriam, two night passengers and the usher, who is also conducting the train. They are all going the same way. But as the night gets closer, their journey takes an unexpected direction”

“The music ranges from close harmony tofree-jazz improvisation. In words which can be a poëm as well as a dialogue.”

“In an old pub they flirt with dance and music and they search for the chemistry between them. Is there one? And what happens when that chemistry is found?”

“Temporally, spatially, and sonically, a landscape will form that catalyzes the social transformation of the self; challenging the politics of perception.”

We’ll be adding more keyword chaos in the run up to, and during the Fringe.



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