Sherman Theatre

Tremor at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

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Dates

1 - 26 August
4.05pm

Prices

From £9

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This production will be performed at Paines Plough's Roundabout at Summerhall as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

To book tickets please see the SHOW TIMES tab

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"THIS IS THE PERSON I AM NOW. IT’S THE PERSON I WANT TO BE, SHOULD HAVE BEEN FOR A LONG TIME. WE GOT DARK, SOPHIE. THINGS GOT DARK, AND I… I’M BETTER NOW. I’M IN A BETTER PLACE.”

Once our lives are touched by tragedy, can we ever truly move on? Sophie and Tom’s relationship fell apart in the aftermath of a catastrophe. Four years on and as they come face to face once again, the aftershocks of that fateful day can still be felt.

Tremor is a play about now. It’s about how we choose to see things and live our lives in a world riven with tension, anxiety and division. This thrilling new play by Brad Birch, recipient of the Harold Pinter Commission, promises a tense evening at the theatre.

TREMOR REVIEWS

"Engaging and politically astute, Brad Birch’s play about partners revisiting their past packs a punch" The Guardian

"Tremor is an absorbingly tense hour of drama" British Theatre Guide

Show Times

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Wednesday 1 August 4.05pm
Friday 3 August 4.05pm
Saturday 4 August 4.05pm 
Sunday 5 August 4.05pm 
Monday 6 August 4.05pm 
Wednesday 8 August 4.05pm 
Thursday 9 August 4.05pm 
Friday 10 August 4.05pm 
Saturday 11 August 4.05pm 
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Monday 13 August 4.05pm 
Wednesday 15 August 4.05pm 
Thursday 16 August 4.05pm 
Friday 17 August 4.05pm
Saturday 18 August 4.05pm 
Sunday 19 August 4.05pm 
Monday 20 August 4.05pm 
Wednesday 22 August 4.05pm 
Thursday 23 August 4.05pm 
Friday 24 August 4.05pm 
Saturday 25 August 4.05pm 
Sunday 26 August 4.05pm 

Reviews

★★★★ "An intense piece of theatre" Broadway World

★★★★ "A clever, well-written and superbly actde play" British Theatre Guide

"Brad Birch's play is a powerfully constructed house of cards…….. its well-worked themes of memory, perspective, forgiveness and anger ultimately coalesce into a powerful portrait of radicalisation." Fest Mag

"Engaging and politically astute, Brad Birch’s play about partners revisiting their past packs a punch" The Guardian

"So raw and relevant... it's thrilling." Wales Arts Review 

Cast & Team

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