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  • August 9, 2016 at 12:10 pm

    Dear Fringebiscuit Team,

    I am writing on behalf Theatre for Justice. We are an emerging young theatre company comprised of students and recent graduates from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

    I would love to invite you to review our Edinburgh Fringe show ‘Still here’. It is a site specific new verbatim play based on the experiences of an Eritrean refugee and the British girl who interviewed him.

    Our writer Rachel Partington went to the Calais Jungle in this December and interviewed a man she met in the Eritrean church. We are extremely passionate about this project and are trying to spread awareness for refugees in Calais, fleeing from persecution in their own countries. We have been working with two refugees charities and all the proceeds from the show will go to them.

    The show is running from the 5th to the 24th of August (not the 13th) at 7.15 pm 9.00pm on Thursday the 18th) at Venue 91, Zoo at St. Mary’s South Lawn.
    We have been Selected for the Top 49+3 and have also been nominated for an amnesty international award.

    As a graduating director from the Bristol Old Vic it would be invaluable to me, to get some feedback on the show and to see how it is received by its audience.

    Here is a link to the Shows Promo Video below. I have also pasted the Press release. Let me know if I can get you a comp for the show or alternatively you can contact Zoo Directly. you can contact me on

    Promo Vid:

    Best wishes,

    Sarah Bradley.

    Press Release:


    A new verbatim play based on the experiences of an Eritrean refugee.

    Taken from an interview conducted in the Calais refugee camp during December 2015, STILL HERE documents the journey of a man as he fled persecution, and the British girl who interviewed him.

    STILL HERE plays in The Tent – a site specific space drawing inspiration from the Calais camp. The Tent is situated at an exciting new space – ZOO @St Mary’s South lawn.

    “On the 21 st December I visited The Jungle. There we met a few of the unsung heroes – refugees who ran a church in the camp. I met a man there who told me his story and I made a promise that day to bring his story back.”

    Playwright Rachel Partington uses verbatim and spoken word to bring the account of her experience in Calais vividly to life. Cast and creatives from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School present this powerful piece of new work.

    “If you have the media – please tell to all the people of nation about my country; Is very important.”

    Media Contacts:

    Emily Bradley (Primary) 07936013865

    Rachel Partington (Secondary) 07478711307

    Listings Information:

    Venue: The Tent, ZOO @ St.Mary’s South Lawn

    (St Mary’s Cathedral Palmerston Place, Edinburgh, EH12 5AW)

    Dates: 05 – 24 August, Previews 03 – 04 August, (no performance 13)

    Times: 7.15pm (duration 1 hour) *Please note performance times on 04 and 18 start at 9pm

    Tickets: £10, £8 concessions (05 – 24 August) £8, £6.50 concessions (03 rd and 04 th August)

    Box Office: 0131 662 6892 OR 0131 226 0026

    Cast: Afolabi Alli, Rachel Partington, Jac Baylis and Emily Bradley

    Director: Sarah Bradley

    Designers: Anna Orton and Natasha Mortimer

    Producer: Rachel Partington

    Composer: Jac Baylis


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