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Light The Blue 2023: Fuse #4

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Aberdeen Performing Arts, City Moves & Eden Court presents Fuse#4

A multi-bill showcase of theatre from Aberdeen Performing Arts’ Intermediates & Seniors, Eden Court’s 14-16 Youth Theatre and Citymoves Dance Agency’s Fusion dance company.

Our Fuse strand of events comes to a close with 3 pieces created with support from Visible Fictions and work created remotely across the Highlands.


Free but ticketed


Aberdeen Performing Arts Intermediate Youth Theatre present “Once Upon a Crime”

We bet you think you know the story…but do you?  Have you ever stopped to think about who the good and bad guys really are in the stories from your childhood? In a court room far far away a gaggle of Grimm characters have been gathered to face the music and pay for their collective crimes. Who’s guilty? You decide!

Aberdeen Performing Arts Senior Youth Theatre presents Soap

A group of witches decide they are going to convert a whole town to their unholy ways. See if their unorthodox plan succeeds or if it will be foiled by the people of the town. Soap follows a group of witches who are trying to take over a small town by turning people into soap and using that very enchanted soap to convert others to their order. A journalist and detective set out to find out more about what is going on and to save the town.

Citymoves Dance Agency

Fusion Youth Dance Company

Eden Court Theatre Youth Theatre presents “Hear My Roar”

See the weight of the world on Atlas’s shoulders and meet the inner voices of Medusa. Watch as Hades battles with people’s perception and witness Icarus’s arrogance. A play written by young people for young people that looks at what mental health means to us today in our post-covid world, using the stories of Greek Mythology. Come and hear our roar.

For fans of Percy Jackson.

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