Home / Tag Archives: The Nature of Forgetting

Tag Archives: The Nature of Forgetting

The Nature of Forgetting – Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh

two men and a woman balancing on a bicycle

Reviewer: David Doyle Tom, the protagonist, of Theatre Re’s The Nature of Forgetting is celebrating his 55th birthday when we join him. He is also suffering from early onset dementia. Over the course of the next seventy-five minutes, we follow him into his mind as he recalls and attempts to recollect memories of his past. A stunning exploration not merely ...

Read More »

FIVE FAST FRINGE QUESTIONS with Guillaume Pigé

two men and a woman balancing on a bicycle

It's that time of year when we launch our annual series of Fringe preview Q & A's. Guillaume Pigé talks about his show The Nature of Forgetting. In one sentence tell us about your show. It is a life-affirming journey into one man’s weakening mind - where broken does not have to mean defeated. What made you decide to bring a ...

Read More »

NEWS: The Pleasance celebrates 33 years on the Edinburgh Fringe with new venue

artists impression of venue 33 The Pleasance Edinburgh Fringe

By FRASER MACDONALD Many of the entertainment industries brightest talents have cut their teeth in Edinburgh in August at the Pleasance. This year an innovative new mobile venue joins the world’s largest arts festival. In celebration of 33 years at Venue 33, The Pleasance Theatre Trust has commissioned a brand new type of mobile venue. From an initial innovative concept created ...

Read More »