Six Feet, Three Shoes

Dance, Physical Theatre and Circus (flamenco, traditional)

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  • Dance Base - Studio 3
  • 16:00
  • Aug 18
  • 40 minutes
  • Suitability: 12+ (Guideline)
  • Country: United Kingdom - Scotland
  • Group: Slanjayvah Danza
  • Warnings and additional info: -
  • Accessibility: May not apply to all performances. You'll find more information about accessibile performances and how to book tickets in the accessibility tab below.
  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 18 months


A celebration of friendship across borders told through feisty, percussive flamenco, Scottish and contemporary dance. Featuring an all-female cast of dancers and musicians and exhilarating live guitar and fiddle. Dance, storytelling and foot-stomping rhythms in traditional and contemporary forms bring to life a story that resonates across generations and cultures. Share tender moments through to a good old giggle in this brand-new, heart-warming show by choreographer/dancer Jenni Wren. 'Utterly breathtaking, utterly fantastic. One of the best things I have seen….' (Norman Smith, BBC).

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Enrico 87 days ago

Six feet - Three shoes (**)
2 Spanish and 1 Scottish girls tell the public how they met and alternate their story with some Flamenco and Scottish dances. The dance was good, the girls are very energetic, but I was frankly disappointed by this show: quite disjointed and there is at most 20 minutes of dancing all together. I expected more from a Dance Base performance.

Chris Green 91 days ago

A thoroughly entertaining mash up of Scottish and Spanish dance styles performed by an engaging trio of performers led by choreographer Jen Wren. At times the production came over as perhaps a little too homespun, but there was no denying the energy on display. I was there with my sister who is an Appalachian dancer and she spent the show watching the dancers' feet, particularly in the percussive sections, and from talking with her afterwards I realised there is a universality in percussive dancing that spreads across Europe (and over the Atlantic) that was well brought out by the show.

Alison Fraser 98 days ago

Absolutely brilliant! One of the best Fringe shows I've ever seen. The mix of Scottish & Spanish dance was spectacular & amazing to watch along with some wonderful guitar & fiddle playing, singing and storytelling. Don't miss it!

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The List (3/5 stars) 92 days ago

Flamenco and traditional Scottish dance is a charmed bonding agent for three female performers...

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Seeing Dance (4/5 stars) 93 days ago

Moving and sad, happy and joyous. At the beginning, Wren encourages the audience to clap along, stamp feet or whatever. You will not be able to resist, I guarantee. 6 Feet, 3 Shoes is a super forty minutes or so.

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Daily Business Magazine (4/5 stars) 95 days ago

Scotland and Spain are delightfully united by the friendship of three girls who share a love of movement and dance.

6 Feet, 3 Shoes, which world premiered on the opening day of the Fringe, is choreographed and directed by Scotland-born Jen Wren. It is 50 minutes of raw energy, rhythm and fun, performed by dance company, Slanjayvah Danza.

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Broadway Baby (4/5 stars) 96 days ago

A true story of friendship told with an eclectic blend of folk, flamenco and contemporary dance. In a time of divide and political strife; this story showcases the power of sharing cultures, the joy of new meetings and the celebration of old friends. We begin at the kitchen table, three...

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Edinburgh Guide (3/5 stars) 100 days ago

This is performance about friendship, about culture and about change. Three performers; Charlotte Matthiessen, Leticia Piruletas, David Connah and Amy Geddes, one Scottish and two Spanish. The show illustrates how these three came together and intrigued by the other's culture and their approach to dance, life and well, everything. They...

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