Theatre

Surfing the Holyland

Date

3 - 29 August

Time

2:55 pm

Venue

Underbelly Bristo Square

Tickets from

£7.00

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'Oh, we have sharks here...but they're not in the water.' 

When a wide-eyed American moves to Tel Aviv, how does she navigate the wild waters of the Middle East? She learns to surf! With colourful characters, comedy songs and one woman’s search for chutzpah, this classic fish-out-of-water tale blends bighearted comedy, electrifying ukulele riffs and fearless physicality.

A fast-paced solo show, exploring female empowerment, written and performed by Erin Hunter, one-half of the award-winning comedy duo, Hunt the Vigan.

Presented By

Slackline Productions

Duration

70 Minutes

Advice

Strobe lighting, Strong language/swearing

Price

Tickets from

£7.00

Accessibility

For more information on accessibility and to book tickets, please contact the box office on 0131 510 0395 or access@underbelly.co.uk

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Warnings:
Strobe lighting, Strong language/swearing

Event Notes:
Age Category: 12 and above (12+)
Age Category Type: Guideline
Website: www.surfingtheholyland.com
Venue Number: 302
Venue Box Office Number: 0131 510 0395
Festival URL: www.underbellyedinburgh.co.uk
Babes in Arms: Babies do not require a ticket - Children under 2 years
Venue Notes:
Teviot Place, EH8 9AG

 

reviews

"Charming, funny, irreverent...delightful ukulele numbers."

Audience Review, Brighton Fringe

"Creative and funny and brave."

Keshet TV

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