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The List are partnering up with Scary Biscuits to offer you tickets to Dashanan/Kabeera this fringe season.

Internationally acclaimed Indian dance company Lok Chhanda present Dashanan/Kabeera, an exhilarating double bill of inventive, dramatic and lyrical dance which combines martial arts skills, acrobatics, folk dance, colourful costumes, thrilling choreography and atmospheric lighting.

This show will be split into two segments, starting with Dashanan. In most interpretations of the epic Indian poem, 'Ramayana', Rama is the traditional hero and the stories tell of him prevailing over “nadir of evil” Ravana. Dashanan offers a different viewpoint, and looks to reclaim his legacy from the dark side.

The second segment is Kabeera. This spiritual journey is like the flowing water of the rivers and their final union with the sea. Our life should be crystal clear, like the river water, where there is no place for caste, class or creed. Kabeera is inspired by the work of acclaimed Sufi poet Kabeer’s dohas (couplets).

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Dashanan/Kabeera
Mon 13 - Sat 25 Aug
3.40pm
New Town Theatre
Freemasons Hall
96 George Street
Edinburgh EH2 3DH

Dashanan / Kabeera

  • 3 stars

Lok Chhanda Martial arts, acrobatics, folk dance, drama, exhilarating choreography, colourful costumes, atmospheric lighting and a double bill of exciting and elegant Indian dance. Dashanan: Ravana is traditionally a villain. Most interpretations of the epic Indian poem, Ramayana, show Rama (righteousness) prevailing…

New Town Theatre, Edinburgh

Tue 21 Aug

Grand Hall

£16.50 (£14) / 0131 558 7272

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Wed 22 Aug

Grand Hall

£16.50 (£14) / 0131 558 7272

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Thu 23 Aug

Grand Hall

£16.50 (£14) / 0131 558 7272

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

…and 2 more dates until 25 Aug

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Competition closes 19 August 2018. No cash alternative. The List's usual rules apply.