Assembly Roxy Listings

Upcoming shows at the Assembly Roxy

Assembly Roxy
Assembly Roxy, 2 Roxburgh Place, EH8 9SU. Phone booking: 0131 623 3030
Website: www.assemblyfestival.com/roxy/

Assembly Roxy

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2019
May 2019

Umrella Man
Thurs 2 – Sat 4 May 2019
Evening: 8pm.
Teuchter Theatre Company use poetry, storytelling and music to tell then tragicomic fable about a man who tries to prove that the Earth is flat, with mixed results Book here.

SHOWCASE: The Scarlet Pimpernel (Abridged)
Sunday 5 May 2019
Evening: 7.30pm (Upstairs)
A rollicking, epic new adaptation of the classic adventure story. A mysterious, impudent spy. An ambitious, ruthless, spy hunter. And the woman they both love. Let us transport you from the gaming tables of Georgian London to the prisons of Revolutionary Paris for a deadly game of cat and mouse in the shadow of the guillotine. Rehearsed, semi-staged production of a new adaptation by Helen Bang, directed by Jennifer Dick.Book here.

The House that Melts With the Rain
Sunday 6 May 2019
7.30pm.
Reading of a new play by emerging playwright Jennifer Adam, featuring Kirsty McIntyre and Vivien Reid and directed by Kolbrún Björt Sigfúsdóttir. A woman refuses to leave her home, despite it visibly disintegrating around her. Book here.

The Guitar Man
Tuesday 14 – Saturday 18 May 2019
Evenings: 7.30pm
A man makes his living singing the same songs day after day on the edge of town. He plays to an audience that is always on the move, always passing him by. People call him ‘The Guitar Man’. In a world made up of winners and losers, The Guitar Man asks what is left when we reject the role we are expected to play? Written in 1997, Norwegian writer Jon Fosse speaks to a post-industrial society in crisis, where rootlessness and homelessness are the common experience. Book here.

Valentina’s Galaxy
Sat 25 May – Sat 1 June 2019
Sats: 11.30am & 2pm; Tue – Fri: 10am & 1.30pm.
Part of Ed Int Children’s Theatre Fest.
Inspired by women in space including Valentina Tereshkova (first woman in space) and Mae Jemison (first African American woman in space), Valentina’s Galaxy is a fascinating and moving experience and a real visual treat. Book here.

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