Dragon - Edinburgh International Festival 2015
Edinburgh International Festival 2015 at The Lyceum
Presented by Vox Motus/ National Theatre of Scotland/ Tianjin People's Arts Theatre
Directed by Jamie Harrison and Candice Edmunds
Dragon is a story for adults, teenagers and children with vivid imaginations, told without words and featuring fast moving physical theatre, puppetry and original music.
Created by Vox Motus, the National Theatre of Scotland and Tianjin People’s Arts Theatre, Dragon tells the story of Tommy whose life, since the death of his mother, has gone from bad to worse. One restless night Tommy goes to the window and throws back the curtain to find himself face to face with a dragon.
Dragon was awarded Best Show for Children and Young People at the UK Theatre Awards 2014.
"As enthralling for adults as it was for children, it was a riveting magical experience" Sunday Mail
Recommended for 9+ years
For more information: eif.co.uk/dragon
Cast and Credits
- Jamie Harrison and Candice Edmunds, Directors
- liver Emanuel, Writer
- Tim Phillips, Music
Dates and Times
- Friday 14 August, 7pm
- Saturday 15 August, 7pm
- Sunday 16 August, 4pm
- Saturday 15 August, 2pm
- Sunday 16 August, 12 noon
Approximately 1hr 10mins (no interval)
For more information on dates and times: eif.co.uk/dragon
- £8, £10, £15, £20
Tickets on sale from the Hub
- in person
- by phone 0131 473 2000
For more information on pricing: eif.co.uk/dragon
The show is completely accessible to deaf and hard of hearing audiences.
Read The Lyceum's Access Statement here