24 September The Arts Centre Edge Hill, Ormskirk | 27 September Macrobert, Stirling | 28 September Dunoon Burgh Hall | 4 October The Print Room Wigtown | 5 October A' the Airts Sanquhar | 10 October The Community Hall at Grizebeck, Cumbria | 11 October Wingates Village Institute, Northumberland | 12 October Dent Memorial Hall, Cumbria | 17,18,19 October Tron Theatre Glasgow | 20 October Eyemouth Hippodrome, Scottish Borders | 1 Nov- Paisley Arts Centre | 2 Nov- Aros Community Theatre Skye | 6 Nov - Universal Hall Findhorn | 7 Nov- Lyth Arts Centre, Wick | 8 Nov - The Barn Aberdeenshire | 9 Nov- Eden Court, Inverness | 10 Nov Perth Theatre, Perth | 21 Nov Morden Village Hall | 22 Nov The Theatre Shop Clevedon | 23 Nov Burton Bradstock Village Hall | 29 Nov - Attenborough Arts Centre Leicester | 30 Nov - Longformacus Village Hall, Duns
Alongside the tour, Katherina's first major solo exhibition of drawings, prints and paintings Transient Spaces runs at Threshold artspace, Perth Theatre, from 27 August to 27 November 2019.
"Back there, back then, I had it all!"
In 1989, as the Berlin Wall splits open, a young girl looks forward to life beyond communism, a couple unravels, and 80s TV permeates everything.
A story of love, breaking free and Europe, from Total Theatre Award winners Two Destination Language.
In 2019, Britain leaves the EU while across Europe people celebrate the 30th anniversary of the end of the Cold War. Fallen Fruit foregrounds a unique migrant voice born in communist Bulgaria.
“a serious look at what it means to be free ... worth fighting for.”
“thoughtful stuff about political walls and personal barriers”
“Fallen Fruit reveals the process of change for what it is: hard work.”
Guardian best shows in the Edinburgh Festival 2018
created and performed by Katherina Radeva
dramaturgy and direction by Alister Lownie
sound by Tim Blazdell
lighting by Vince Field