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Icelandic performing artists at the largest performing arts festival in the world

The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is the largest performing arts festival in the world and is held annually in August in Edinburgh, Scotland.  The festival runs continuously from August 4-28, with over 50 thousand performances, 300 venues, 3500 shows and over 2 million tickets issued.  Icelandic performing artists will be present their work at the festival, including:

  • The theatre group Spindrift with the work Them.  The group is Finnish-Icelandic and recently exhibited their work in Tjarnarbíó.  From Iceland they leave Bergdís Júlía Jóhannsdóttir, Tinna Anna Thorvaldsdóttir and Juliette Louste.  The work will be shown at the Pleasance Theater.

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