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Three To See on 26 Aug: Monkey Poet, Emma Hall, 1972

By | Published on Tuesday 25 August 2015

Monkey Poet

Three recommended shows for Wednesday at the Edinburgh Festival 2015.

Monkey Poet – Spaceage Simian (pictured)
ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award winner Matt Panesh returns with another brilliant show. “What differentiates Panesh from other performers who like to push the boundaries of social acceptability, is that rather than spiralling downwards into a dark, irrecoverable vortex of offensiveness, he somehow travels upwards instead”. Go see.
Banshee Labyrinth, until 30 Aug.

We May Have To Choose
Do check out our interview with Emma Hall. But more importantly, do check out her show. “There is something captivating about Hall’s performance, something mesmerising in her simplistic movement, and it would be hard not to become completely absorbed in this performance”.
Laughing Horse @ Espionage, until 29 Aug

1972: The Future Of Sex
There’s a top marks 5/5 review for this show in the new edition of the ThreeWeeks magazine, out tomorrow. But for now, just know this is “the theatrical equivalent of popping candy: blissful, colourful, multi-sensory magic”. And it’s highly recommended. The Zoo, until 31 Aug.

Look out for a daily Three To See each day in the ThreeWeeks Daily, and for Three To See recommendations all year round in London click here.

 



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