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Fly No Filter are excited to be working with Ian Abbott as part of his Hip Hop Theatre curation with ZOOTV for this year’s digital Edinburgh Festival.  From 11th – 20th August you can catch ten different Hip Hop artists and company’s new work and engage in Q&A’s and panel discussions.  With live streams and pre-recorded material this is definitely one to stick in your calendars and all from the comfort of your own/ work/ coffee shop/ neighbours wifi.

We are presenting FINEST – This show will stream LIVE on 11.08.11 at 15:00, then be available On Demand thereafter for the remainder of its run.  Check, check it out here

‘You’ll just feel a sharp scratch’

Performed by Alex Mechanikool, and inspired by real events, FINEST is a scripted dance-theatre solo exploring the possibilities of what might happen when what you thought defined you, is taken away.

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Thankyou to Menagerie, the Hotbed 2021 Festival team and Cambridge Junction for supporting our presentations of FINEST and what if we are all dead.

Fly No Filter enjoyed an intense development period exploring the shared themes of death and what it means to be alive in the lead up to the festival, with a focus on heritage UK Poppin’ techniques.  Superheroes and karate.  Dairylee dunkers – or whatever they’re called.

‘lovely to have you at Hotbed again, and the chance to try out the pieces.  Both have great potential – [James Therobot] is an engaging performer, and [Alex Mechanikool] an amazing mover, as expected… two great pieces.  Thanks for bringing them to HB!’
Patrick Morris, co-director Menagerie Theatre

Creative team:  Performance artists | James Therobot and Alex Mechanikool; Artwork | NonSINthetik; Music support | Lady B Fine; Camera | Mr Margaret Scratcher; Photography | Mitzi de Margary; and Consultancy | Mach-1

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We have been creating work for theatre since 2000.  SIN Cru Theatre as a touring company, was established in 2005 with the aims of extending the boundaries of Bboyin as an artform, and introducing new audiences to Hip Hop.  SIN Cru uses bboyin and hip hop movement styles integrated with beatboxing, live music and spoken word to create narrative dance theatre.

In addition to three Arts Council England-supported tours, the company has presented work at The Place, Stratford Circus and Sadler’s Wells in London, The Festival Theatre in Edinburgh, and at dance theatre platforms including Breakin’ Convention, Move It and B.Supreme.
“Vibrant, irrepressible performance art of the highest quality” – http://www.londondance.com

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In 2015, SIN Cru Theatre became Fly No Filter and continues to embrace collaborations with artists from other dance forms and disciplines including drama, physical theatre, music and film, in order to define, reinterpret and extend the boundaries of bBoyin as a performing art.

For more info contact: flynofilter@sincru.co.uk

https://www.facebook.com/FlyNoFilter/

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