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The Korean Cultural Centre UK is proud to present two theatrical pieces at the KCCUK prior to their forthcoming run at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. On Mon 27 and Fri 31 July 2015 'Leodo: The Paradise' and ‘The Cherry Orchard: Beyond the Truth’ respectively will perform at the KCCUK. 
Admission is free, but booking is essential.

To reserve your place for both shows at the KCCUK, please RSVP to or 020 7004 2600 
The Cherry Orchard: Beyond the Truth
Monday 27 July 2015 l 7pm
-  Company: Margot
-  Genre: Theatre
-  Age Rating: PG (PG/Parental Guidance. This means a play is suitable for general viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. A PG play should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older)
- Language: English
 Ranevskaya, the owner of the Cherry Orchard, sets her affairs straight in Paris and comes back home to her estate. The Cherry Orchard is set to be auctioned to pay the family’s debts, but she ignores this and pretends that nothing is wrong. Anya, the second daughter, is troubled by Ranevskaya’s unwillingness to face the truth and the uncertainty surrounding the Cherry Orchard. The day of the inevitable auction, Ranevskaya keeps disregarding the truth until the end, despite Varya, the first adopted daughter, telling her that the Cherry Orchard will be sold.

Leodo: The Paradise
Friday 31 July 2015 l 7pm
- Company: Maro
- Genre: Music and Dance
- Suitability: U (The U symbol stands for Universal. A U play should be suitable for audiences aged four years and over)
A mesmerising piece of musical theatre featuring traditional and contemporary drumming, singing, dancing and movement. Energetic and multi-talented Norian Maro creates a powerfully enthralling atmosphere and conjure Leodo, a fantasy island and artistic nirvana, treasured by the people of Jeju. Beautiful costumes, heartfelt movements and enchanting music transfer the audience in to the past, delivering the wisdom, arts and joy of Jeju.
The tale of the paradise Leodo is brought into the Kut, Korea’s indigenous shamanic performing arts ritual - one of Korea’s unique intangible cultural heritages. The piece is at the forefront of reinventing Kut, embracing traditional and re-imagined Kut with contemporary dance, sounds, and projection. This intensely beautiful and powerful performance will draw you further into the world of artistic nirvana of Korea. Join us on this journey to the sacred paradise Leodo!  

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