Fri 5th – Sat 27th Aug 2011


“Student actors whose skill and commitment puts many of their professional colleagues to shame”







“Student actors whose skill and commitment puts many of their professional colleagues to shame” The Scotsman

“I admire Neil LaBute, but I really adore both Alice Bonifacio and Solomon Mousley - veterans of "Eight"!” Carol Tambor

BASH: A dark triad of chilling tales, bringing Greek tragedy to life in the modern world.

LaBute’s sharp wit is nimbly performed by two actors in a dynamic portrayal of three fateful incidents. From a casual drink in a hotel bar, to an unforgettable night in Central Park, via a tape-recorder confessional; BASH will charm, haunt and challenge those willing to have their moral instincts put to the test.

BASH presents theatre in its most naked form, aided by sensitive direction, fluid design, and a pulsing original soundtrack. Alice Bonifacio and Solomon Mousley, both former ‘Fringe First’ winners (Eight, 2008), perform two powerful monologues and an exhilarating duologue, delivered with youthful energy and tenacity. LaBute’s writing is wickedly satisfying and leaves a lasting imprint on the minds of the viewers.

Adikia Productions is an Edinburgh based theatre company, comprised of students and recent graduates from the University of Edinburgh. All members of the team are experienced Fringe participants, and have won awards including the Carol Tambor ‘Best of the Fringe’ and the NSDF ‘Emerging Artists’ award in 2008, with Ella Hickson’s Eight.

A production of Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus, which was directed by Alice Bonifacio, produced by Nick Morris, and featured Solomon Mousley and Sophie Pemberton in the cast, won numerous awards at the National Student Drama Festival 2011, including the Cameron Mackintosh and Festgoers Awards. Adikia Productions are delighted to continue working with NSDF over the Fringe, having been entered for the NSDF Edinburgh Emerging Artists Award.

Admission: £8(£6)

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