Edinburgh Fringe 2016: NOWHERE NOW Set for Sweet Venue 2, 15-27 August
Nowhere now is an absurd drama about international trade agreements, modern working life, and cows. Nowhere now is fast-paced, playful, serious, funny, disrespectful of time, space, and identity, and certain to challenge and reward audiences. This is an ambitious play that attempts to decouple language from action in order to expand the potential for communication with the audience. It is angry and provocative and looks to ask serious questions of anyone coming to see it.
Nowhere now is an original play, developed and produced by At Large Theatre. At Large is a Dublin-based company focused on producing new work. Beryl is one of three new plays being produced by At Large at the 2016 Fringe. The other two, Beryl and The Meeting, both also play at Sweet Venue 2 from 15th August.