Press Release: Anatomy #1

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ANATOMY, 3/111 Easter Rd, Edinburgh
https://anatomynight.wordpress.com
: twitter.com/anatomynight
anatomynight@edinburghpeergroup.com

Harry Giles: 07766191817 / Ali Maloney: 07816029504

ANATOMY NIGHT OF NEW PERFORMANCE

BRINGS CUTTING EDGE TO EDINBURGH

Alternative theatre, avant garde film and experimental art are coming to Edinburghon Friday 20th April for ANATOMY, a brand new night of performance that promises to bring a spectacular diversity of artists to Summerhall, a new arts quarter for the city.

Bringing together a range of artists from across the country, working in media from collage art to comic theatre, ANATOMY promises to showcase the kind of cutting edge art that Edinburgh often misses out on. Ali Maloney, a performer and one of the organisers of the event, said:

“Edinburgh’s an amazing city for culture, but between a spate of high profile independent venue closures and the dominance of international festivals, there aren’t many independent spaces for unusual and emerging artists to show their work. We want to be part of changing that – and to give audiences a great night while we’re at it.”

The night will take place in the Anatomy Lecture Theatre of the former Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, now becoming Summerhall, a year round home for theatre and gallery spaces, libraries, small museums, educational and research programmes, and artist and film studios.

NOTES FOR JOURNALISTS

  1. ANATOMY will take place on Friday 20th April, from 7.30 to 11pm, at 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh EH9 1PL (http://www.summerhall.co.uk). Entry is £6. 
  2. The works at the night will be:
  • “Darkness”, by Rhiannon Grist, a darkly comic theatre installation about the end of the world;

  • “Jarring”, by Lindalouise and Kenneth Martin, a fusion of contemporary dance and body popping;

  • “Only the Best Need Apply”, by David Tinto, a short dystopian film about ambition;

  • “Red”, by Simone Smith, a film and performance focussed on amilitant, a child and a phottographer;

  • “Smile”, by Fiona Anderson, a performance about smiling;

  • “Ice-Nine”, a performance by Makehift Broadcast, drawing on Kurt Vonnegut to look at science and technology;

  • “The Barbecue”, by Elastic Badger, a comic theatre piece looking at disaffected lives and garden furniture;

  • “The Other Foreign Body”, by Anna Sadler, a film about physicality and medical intrusion;

  • and new visuals by artist Adeline Bourret.

  1. ANATOMY is organised by Harry Giles (http://harrygiles.wordpress.com) and Ali Maloney (http://harlequinade.weebly.com/), both local performers and event organisers. It is supported by the Edinburgh Peer Group (http://edinburghpeergroup.wordpress.com/), an organisation that supports artists of all disciplines to develop and present their practice.

ANATOMY, 3/111 Easter Rd, Edinburgh
https://anatomynight.wordpress.com
: twitter.com/anatomynight
anatomynight@edinburghpeergroup.com

Harry Giles: 07766191817 / Ali Maloney: 07816029504

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