Late Night Ceremony

Cabaret and Variety (new writing, international)

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Description

Arising out of Berlin and Hollywood open stages, this group showcase raises a fist with one hand and holds a glass with the other against the fact that the world we live in is a complete disaster. Borders close in, rents rise, intimacy dissolves. One person's normal is another person's crazy. Who gets to tell their story and who must remain silent? Embodied performance, experimental music, storytelling and a secret midnight ritual.

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  • Wheelchair access type: Level Access

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John W 83 days ago

This is a proper fringe show! Starting with harmonium and a candid memoir, to a hypnotic purge. The midnight ceremony has an energy and rawness that is so often missing in the fringe. Great Show!

Elena Raynaud 92 days ago

We couldn't get past the first two acts. The six audience members walked out after the second "performance" if it could be called that. I can't speak for what followed but the first two acts were numbingly boring, depressing, and unprofessional.

Seth Majnoon 95 days ago

An evening of expression brimming with very punk rock energy that opens multiple doors to multiple new ways of being in relationship to others. Highlight: Darling Fitch's song-laced poetry-sermon on hope in apocalypse, "Revelations," in which I found a sympathetic and emboldening echo (with excellent sound design) of my own hopes and angers in the time of climate collapse.

James Majewski 95 days ago

This was one of the most vulnerable, sincere, heartfelt and gratifying evenings of performance for which I have had the privilege to be present in a long time.

Giving platform to a show like LATE NIGHT CEREMONY is precisely the reason a Fringe festival exists, and Edinburgh Fringe continues its great legacy with accommodating these performers from Berlin and LA.

Don’t be fooled by the somber tone of its opening acts: there is no ascent without an antecedent descent. The final act will have you leaving the theater vibrating with gratitude to be alive.

A disarmingly beautiful experience that you won’t soon forget, LATE NIGHT CEREMONY is a show for romantics, mystics, lunatics, and anyone who came to this Festival searching for something not easily found elsewhere.


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Edinburgh Guide (3/5 stars) 87 days ago

The fundamentals of human existence – three quasi rituals, one fascinating show. Fitch’s powerful opener was both energised and energising. In many ways a paradox: a manifesto of hope yet set in the midst of the apocalyptic. Their work, ‘Revelations’ took us to the uttermost extremities of the post-modern world,...

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