January 2017
 
  • Soundhouse: Spring/Summer 2017

    Soundhouse: Spring/Summer 2017

    16 Jan 2017 - 19 Jun 2017

    Soundhouse entices people from their homes to enjoy music at its source and encourages audiences to make live music a regular part of their lives.

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  • Soundhouse: Amanda Rheaume

    Soundhouse: Amanda Rheaume

    23 Jan 2017

    Amanda Rheaume is an award-winning Métis singer-songwriter with a powerful, slightly gritty, deeply personal, and instantly accessible roots-pop Americana sound.

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  • manipulate Visual Theatre Festival 2017

    manipulate Visual Theatre Festival 2017

    28 Jan 2017 - 4 Feb 2017

    A celebration of innovative international visual theatre and animated film; in 2017 manipulate celebrates it's 10th year with a programme designed to entertain, inspire and intrigue.

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  • Snapshot: Eat Me

    Snapshot: Eat Me

    28 Jan 2017

    A woman uses the dark web to find someone to eat her. Eat Me explores the ubiquitous consumption of female bodies in everyday society, the darker nature of sexual gratification and the shifting complexities of power in gender relationships.

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  • Snapshot: Cloth

    Snapshot: Cloth

    28 Jan 2017

    Bed – the most intimate and vulnerable of places. An authentic physical exploration of a woman’s dreams, relationships, of her deepest and most private of selves.

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  • Snapshot: The Body in Shadow

    Snapshot: The Body in Shadow

    28 Jan 2017

    Grounded in the interplay of shadow theatre, ensemble work and selected physical theatre techniques this performance explores the chemical, mathematical and scientific fabric of human connection and love.

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  • Testroom

    Testroom

    28 Jan 2017

    Since the beginning of October last year, five groups of selected Scottish theatre artists have been meeting to nurture and develop their initial creative ideas in order to present 3-5 minutes of work at manipulate.

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  • Fisk

    Fisk

    28 Jan 2017

    Fisk is a story of a man and a fish, and the unexpected impact they have upon one another. Examining themes of depression, dependence and desolation, Fisk is an exploration of the lengths we can go to in order to escape from ourselves, yet also finds joy in even the deepest and darkest of depths.

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  • 10 Years: manipulate Animation (Programme One)

    10 Years: manipulate Animation (Programme One)

    28 Jan 2017

    To celebrate manipulate’s 10th anniversary we present a selection of the best of the short animated films they have screened over the past decade.

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  • Poli Degaine

    Poli Degaine

    30 Jan 2017

    The oldest, and most famous puppet in the world, what is his name? Polichinelle in France, Punch in England, Pulcinella in Italy, Petrouchka in Russia, Kasperl in Germany, Don Cristobal in Spain, Karagöz in Turkey, Karaghiosis in Greece, Mamulengo in Brazil...

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  • Whispers

    Whispers

    30 Jan 2017

    A woman alone. Or perhaps not. Who or what is speaking to the woman, or speaking in her? Is it her experience or the conspiracies of her ancestors?

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  • La Causeuse (The Love Seat)

    La Causeuse (The Love Seat)

    31 Jan 2017

    Steeped in solitude and without a word, a young woman guides us through poignant and darkly comic dialogues as she revisits the shreds and memories of a sordid and doomed romance.

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  • The End of Things

    The End of Things

    31 Jan 2017

    What is the end? How did we get here? And what happens after? A wild celebration of catastrophe. A red row of numbers counting down to zero. Awake at 5.00am on your friend’s mum’s sofa.

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PAST EVENTS

  • Christmas on Stage

    Christmas on Stage

    18 Nov 2016 - 7 Jan 2017

    The Traverse is collaborating with Edinburgh's Christmas, the Lyceum and the Usher Hall to create Christmas on Stage, celebrating live theatre and music in Edinburgh's West End.

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  • Soundhouse: Blueflint

    Soundhouse: Blueflint

    16 Jan 2017

    The sound of Blueflint is defined by the sublime close harmonies of Deborah Arnott and Clare Neilson whose voices are accompanied by a five-piece line-up intertwining banjos, fiddle, piano, electric guitar, double-bass and drums in raw, honest and beautifully-crafted songs.

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