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Catalan street theatre companies Kamchatcka, Fadunito and the Wondering Orquestra to perform at SURGE 2013

Performing.  Glasgow,  27/07/2013

This year's SURGE festival brings an exciting strand of Catalonian street theatre to Glasgow. Over the last weekend of July, five shows by acclaimed Catalan theatre groups will make their way through the Merchant City.  

The List says:
'Kamchatka is a show I've wanted to bring here since 2010,' says Alan Richardson, director at SURGE creators Conflux. 'It's one of the best street theatre shows in Europe, they're incredibly skilled walkabout street performers. The whole show is improvised but it's always very good.'
Acclaimed Fadunito also present slapstick comedy The Grand Family; Ceci 3.0, which questions attitudes towards disability by inviting onlookers to sit in a remote-controlled wheelchair; and Externet, an installation about communication devised with community volunteers. Together with a new show from The Wandering Orquestra, Richardson hopes SURGE's Catalonian programme will help introduce high quality street theatre to modern audiences and theatre-makers in Scotland.
'Kamchatka and Ceci have an underlying political statement that's not rammed down your throat,' he explains, 'and The Grand Family and The Wandering Orquestra are just funny. That wide variety of work is good for both audiences and performers to see that street theatre isn't just people juggling on unicycles.'

Source, The List:

Merchant City, Glasgow, Sat 27-Sun 28 Jul
The festival:

The Companies

Fadunito. Fadunito is doing once again a UK Tour this summer, with performances at Spraoi Festival (Ireland) and Stockton International Arts Festival


Wandering Orquestra 

Sponsors of IRL projects

The Institut Ramon Llull

is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

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