Jarideh is an interactive performance designed for a single audience member set in a busy café environment. The show is a secret encounter and a highly suspicious one-on-one performance in which the performer and the audience member are partners in crime. It is inspired by crime films, the Metropolitan Police’s terrorism awareness campaigns, and operations made in the past by women militants in the Lebanese resistance.
“Deeply unsettling, ridiculously exciting and right on the cutting edge of the Fringe.” — Ben Hoyle
“One of the 10 unmissable shows at Edinburgh Fringe Festival.” — The Times
Battersea Arts Centre, London
Forest Fringe, Edinburgh