One of the Guardian’s Best Shows At The Edinburgh Festival 2018
Based on the real life memories of performer Katherina Radeva, a beautiful and captivating story of love, breaking free and Europe, set in 1989 against the backdrop of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Home isn’t a place, its something we make
2019: Thirty years after the Cold War, Britain faces departure from the European Union and a turning point in history.
1989: As the Berlin Wall falls, a young girl looks to a future beyond communism, a couple’s love story unravels and 80’s television permeates all. A story of breaking free, breaking up and building a future.
In Fallen Fruit, multi-award winning Two Destination Language bring to life the childhood memories of Bulgarian-born Katherina Radeva, in a visually rich show full of extraordinary energy, playfulness and 200 cardboard boxes.
Tickets £10/8 in advance
Tickets on the Door £12/10
Dunoon Burgh Hall,
195 Argyll Street,