Edinburgh Showcase Programme 2013

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Selected from more than 180 applications, the 2013 programme showcased a snapshot of diverse work created in the UK

No fit state No Fit State Circus's Bianco. Photo: Seventh Wave

The 2013 Edinburgh Showcase comprised of 30 theatre and dance productions; including new writing, devised and physical theatre, live art, installation and interactive. The programme was presented to a delegation of visiting international programmers at the Edinburgh Festivals, so that a new global audience experienced British performances.

Main programme


Aakash Odedra CompanyRising

Action HeroHoke’s Bluff

Billy CowieStereoscopic Trilogy 2 (Jenseits, Art of Movement, Dark Rain)

CrypticSven Werner’s Tale of Magical Realism

Daniel Bye: The Price of Everything

Gandini JugglingSmashed


H2 DanceDuet

Human RemainThe Tin Ring

Imitating the DogThe Zero Hour

Inua Ellams and FuelBlack T-Shirt Collection

Invisible Flock: Bring the Happy

James Cousins Company: There We Have Been

Kate Tempest and Battersea Arts Centre: Brand New Ancients

Look Left Look RightYou Once Said Yes

Michael Pinchbeck: The Beginning

National Theatre Scotland: Claire Cunningham & Gail Sneddon, Menage à Trois

National Theatre WalesThe Radicalisation of Bradley Manning

NoFit State CircusBianco

The Paper Cinema and Battersea Arts Centre: The Paper Cinema’s Odyssey

ProbeSmall Talk

Scottish Dance TheatreSecond Coming by Victor Quijada

Snuff Box Theatre and Richard Jordan Productions Ltd: Bitch Boxer

Sylvia RimatI Guess If the Stage Exploded…

Third AngelWhat I Heard About the World

Tom Dale CompanyRefugees of the Septic Heart

Tom Frankland & Keir Cooper in association with Ultimo Comboio, Don Quijote

Traverse Theatre Company (a co-production with Wales Millennium Centre), I’m With the Band

Untied ArtistsFor Their Own Good

Vision MechanicsDark Matter


Watch: Discover the 2013 programme with a playlist of short trailers



The Edinburgh Showcase is a British Council initiative supported by Arts Council England, Creative Scotland, Wales Arts International and the Arts Council of Wales.



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