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WOS TV: Top Edinburgh Video Picks - 28 Jul 2010

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  • Reykjavik Imagine being lost in a foreign country. Bright light and fog distorting your view. Part travelogue, part detective story, Reykjavik is a journey through a city of extremes - mysterious, absurd and beautiful - in search of a half-forgotten love affair. Created in collaboration with neuroscientist Hugo Spiers and performed by Jonathan Young, this immersive, multi-sensory installation and playful performance invites you, as witness, to ask: how far can we trust our own memory? Playing at The Bongo Club from 12 August, this intimate piece plays to just 20 audience members per show so book your tickets now.
  • The 3 G’s return - Firm Edinburgh Fringe favourites after their debut in 2009, The Ginge, The Geordie and The Geek are back this year with another dose of irreverent sketch show humour. They return jam packed with great characters, silliness, surrealism and 80’s anthems as they continue their mission to put the fun back into comedy. Playing at the Caves (Venue 88) from 5 August.
  • Chase the Dream - Britain’s Got Talent graduates, Flawless bring their first solo show to the Fringe this year. After gaining a cult following from the TV talent show they went on to star in the big screen dance movie of the year and now they look set to achieve great success with their new show. Jaw dropping dance moves teamed with great music and upbeat entertainment make this a must see.
  • Frantic hit the Fringe – Continuing their partnership with the National Theatre of Scotland, Frantic Assembly bring their latest creation Beautiful Burnout to the Pleasance this year. A thrilling piece of high energy physical theatre that will immerse you in the still controversial world of boxing. The cast have been given intense training and will no doubt prove to pack a punch when then show begins 4 August
    Selections by David Grewcock. You can view
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