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2018 award winners feature in latest show reveal

Updated: Aug 1, 2020

Following last week’s announcement of the first batch of shows, we continue to reveal our line-up for Gothenburg Fringe 2020 with immersive theatre, improv, film and dance – making the festival on 3-6 September unmissable!


2027: The New Normal by Stigberg Immersive


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Join QuaranCo’s “Open trial day” and experience the latest immersive theatre piece by Stigberg Immersive, creators of the Gothenburg Fringe 2018 sell-out and award winning show ‘The Sea Widow’. Free tickets can be booked now here.


Dreamcatcher by Drömduo


What were you dreaming last night? Have you ever dreamt something extraordinary but realised that something is just not right...?


In the improvised show Dreamcatcher we explore the limbo between dream and reality. Starting in the safety of reality we take off into the unknown land of dreams with the tunes of Robin Backgård (GAO and Peacock Tree) on trumpet and Maria Nyström on Loopstation (MANX and the Naima Train). The improvisers Sandra and Martin from Drömduo will take you on a journey of laughter and fears that will shake your core. Sweet dreams!

World Dance Company - ExPro Stage


On 4-6 September, World Dance Company put on their ExPro Sage with three performances each night to Trixter.


(Note: Shakti will be performed 4 and 5 September and will be replaced by the film “HOME” on 6 September)


Movement 6.35

When the body is moving from one place to the other, a sensitivity of feelings appear. The body needs adjusting to the reaction of moving from the tropic place to the place with four seasons.


The meeting between people from different parts of the world, trilingual communication. Habits, ways and perspectives generate questions; why like this and why like that? Why, why and why. The result is a fusion. Javanese dance movement and modern ballet.


Choreographer: Feri Sri Danarto Dancer: Feri Sri Danarto Music:  Gamelan Pacifica, Philip Glass: “Opening” from Glassworks


About the dancer/choreographer: Feri Sri Danarto (1987) is a professional dancer originating from Indonesia. Feri is trained in traditional Indonesian dance and ballet and have worked as dancer, dance teacher and choreographer in Bali, Indonesia and Malaysia. He is currently based in Gothenburg.