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The Relentless Approach of Better Times

Emma Smith


£10-£13

13:00
(1hr)

ZOO Southside

Audio Described
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Accessible Performances: Audio Described Performance - Thursday 17th August
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The Relentless Approach of Better Times is Emma Smith’s testimony to the importance of galvanised positive action in response to forced mass migration, climate change and political corruption. An urgent and compelling solo doublebass performance with electronics, it features film and recordings from Smith’s work for Musicians Without Borders in Palestine and El Salvador. Emma gives space to reflect on the effects of trauma and invites you to experience how music is fundamental to our survival. Be transported by music and images through a journey from anxiety to hope. Part of the MadeInScotlandShowcase.com

Age Guidance: 18+

Content Warnings

  • Contains distressing themes

Tags

  • Political
  • Multimedia
  • Music

We strongly encourage pre-purchasing tickets from the booking page or EdFest.com ahead of your arrival at ZOO. In line with the Fringe Society's move to e-tickets, we are not operating paper tickets this year. By pre-booking, you will help speed up waiting and admission times once the doors are open. Doors typically open 5 minutes before the advertised start time.

Follow the show

'El Salvador' from The Relentless Approach of Better Times

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