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A weekend not to be missed - Spring Showcase on 4-6 March

Updated: Feb 21, 2022

Finally! In two weeks, we will bring an idea we've spoken about for two years to life. Our plans to bring the spirit of Fringe to Gothenburg all year round kick into gear on 4-6 March with our Spring Showcase.

We have three very different evenings on offer, beginning with a double-header of improv at a secret location on Friday, followed by an unmissable durational performance on Saturday and an unpredictable hour of dance on Sunday.

To celebrate the fact that we are just two weeks away, we're giving you a 25% discount on tickets until Sunday night - simply enter the promo code ILOVEFRINGE when getting your tickets for Secret Improv Night and A Study of Choices: A Choreographic Manuscript, while tickets for The Body as Reference for (R)Evolution are already free, you lucky, lucky people.

Friday 4 March | 20:30 Secret Improv Night

Hop on board for an evening of improv comedy as we bring you a double-header on the first night of the Gothenburg Fringe Spring Showcase!

Impram and Judge Ricky join forces for an unforgettable Friday night in Majorna. We keep the exact location secret until the day before the show when we’ll email you the address along with any last-minute show details. Tickets

Saturday 5 March | 19:00 The Body as Reference for (R)Evolution

The Body as Reference for (R)Evolution represents a new collaboration in the frame of Perform Europe – an EU-funded project which aims to rethink cross-border performing arts presentation in a more inclusive, sustainable and balanced way.

This project emphasises the human dimension, the physical, in times of technology and digitalised dialogues also promoting the tangibility of all senses and bringing live experiences back into focus.

This durational performance is the culmination of a week-long co-creation process with a combined cast from United Cowboys and local artists. The audience is welcome to come and go as they please during the four-hour performance. Tickets

A Study of Choices is a Choreographic Manuscript made for three dancers. It consists of instructions that are heard for the first time when the dancers enter the stage.

The audience and the dancers hear the instructions at the same time. The performance is created in the moment by the way the dancers interpret the instructions.

This is a study of choices, and what happens in the translation. The manuscript is incorporated in an electronical sound landscape, created by the audio-multidisciplinary artist Gustav Lejelind and the manuscript is mainly written by the choreographer Linda Wardal. Tickets

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