DBS Productions are delighted to be returning to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Sweet Venues for 2013.
This year we are performing, directing, writing, producing and even singing! Yes you hear that right! All our performances take place at Sweet Grassmarket – Venue 18.
Dean Friedman’s Smelly Feet – A childrens musical that really stinks!, 1st – 25th August (Not Wednesdays), 12.10pm, £8 (£5) A toe-tickling, tune-humming musical from pop icon, Dean Friedman. Featuring a slew of silly songs, and telling the tale of three kids and their hilarious adventures in their quest to find a cure for Pete’s smelly feet. The show is filled with silly singalongs and lots of fun audience participation. For families with kids ages three to eight.
(As/Des)cent – 1st – 11th August, 6.45pm & 19th – 25th, 9.40pm, £9 (£7). Reeling from his girlfriend’s death, Ben Phillips consigns himself to solitary life in an asylum, deeming himself dangerous to society. His doctor disagrees, trying to reconnect Ben to the world he’s abandoned. But Ben isn’t alone. Never alone…
Seance – 16th & 23rd August, 11.30pm, £10. An exclusive and intimate event comes to the Fringe, the likes of which has never been seen at the festival. Twelve guests join Peter Antoniou for a thrilling and shocking adventure into the world of spirit contact. Taking modern techniques and the heritage of Victorian spiritualism to explore something that might just take you into the unknown. Forget what you have seen in horror films, experience a séance first hand. This show is not for the faint-hearted, or the easily offended.
Say It Again, Sam – 1st – 25th August, 1.35pm, £8 (£6). Edinburgh. A city known for hiding its secrets. And the secrets she hides are like her streets. Dark, twisted. And like all dark and twisted stories this began with a woman. One with boobs and everything. Immerse yourself in this story of one man’s journey to escape the mundane routine of his life. Turn up the jazz, unwrap your cigar and submerge yourself in silly sophistication as our protagonist Sam desperately waits for that immortal whisper … say it again, Sam. Of all the plays, across the Fringe, you have to walk into this one.