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Aireborne Theatre at the Fringe

If you’re up in Edinburgh this month (or planning a visit) there’s still chance to see work by LUU Theatre Group’s ‘Aireborne Theatre’. As in previous years, Airborne have taken two plays to the fringe and both spent most of July in production here at the Workshop Theatre.

Utilising comedy and puppetry, The Worry Monster will be on stage on alternate days.

Worry Monster Since he was a little boy, Raymond has been followed everywhere by his Worry Monster, a purple blob that one day he always hoped would pop but never did. He wants desperately to paint and to be free, but wherever he goes, his purple companion is never too far away. This fast-paced show uses comedy, puppetry and lots of cardboard to portray one man’s struggle with anxiety and paranoia.

 

 

Five Drinks is an original play about the unique experience of gay dating.

Five Drinks

Dylan is on a drinks date with Archie but recalls a series of drinks in which he learns how to date, who to date, and the limitations of one’s own personal progress. It’s a comparison of different journeys towards a gay identity, a reverse exploration of a move between experience and innocence of an entire adult world. This is a story of Dylan Moon; his experience of being underwhelmed by others, understood by himself, and surprised by time.

 

Both shows are at Paradise in Augustines (Venue 152) 41 George IV Bridge, EH1 1EL

Box office: 0131 510 0022​

Performances start at 17:50