Let your hair down at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018!
An invitation from Access North Structures
We are very pleased to invite you to an afternoon of live performance at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018.
Coming from creative backgrounds, both Berenice & myself are keen to foster creativity in business, whilst also supporting culture and the arts as part of the CSR programme here at Access North Structures.
Our recent successes mean that in 2018 we've had the opportunity to sponsor acclaimed Kiwi theatre company 'A Slightly Isolated Dog' and help them in their quest to get to Edinburgh fringe with their new show 'Don Juan'. As a native New Zealander, this company is very close to my heart and it's awesome to be able to support them in this way!
I would love you to join me as a guest of Access North Structures for a special live performance of 'Don Juan'(with no 4th wall) at the Assembly George Theatre, Edinburgh at 13.30pm on Saturday 4th August. After the show we will meet the cast and crew, have a drink and take the opportunity to mingle!
I have a limited number of tickets available, so please RSVP as soon as possible to secure your place. Once you confirm, I'll drop you a message with further details for the day.
If there is any body else you think would appreciate a relaxed afternoon at Edinburgh Fringe, then please let me know and I'll add them to the ticket list.
I look forward to seeing you on 4th August.
New Business Director
About the theatre company
A Slightly Isolated Dog is an award-winning independent theatre company originating in Wellington but with links in Auckland. They have been making work since 2006 under the direction of Leo Gene Peters. The company is led by Leo Gene Peters (artistic director) and Angela Green (producer).
Over the last few years, the company has been exploring how to make theatre experiences feel truly alive by removing all barriers between audience and performers.
Winner: Judges Excellence Award, 2016 Auckland Theatre Awards
Winner: Director of the Year (Death and the Dreamlife of Elephants), 2009, Wellington Theatre Awards
About the show
Don Juan: the world’s greatest lover, the most audacious of men. He does whatever he wants, lives big and loves big. An epic celebration of the boldness of love, Don Juan is an interactive performance party.
Experience theatre at its most joyous with outrageous performances, twisted pop songs and brilliant physical comedy.
“An absolute tour de force of modern theatre practice… No matter how dark you feel before you come, that darkness will disappear during this blackest, and sexiest of comedies” – Kathleen Mantel, Theatreview