Bert and Nasi


Edinburgh Fringe Summerhall selection

Palmyra is an exploration of revenge, the politics of destruction and what we consider to be barbaric, inviting people to step back from the news and look at what lies beneath, and beyond, civilization. Palmyra was one of the best preserved in the world. A year later, after ISIS had been removed from the city, a concert entitled, “With a Prayer from Palmyra: Music Revives the Ancient Walls”, was staged on the site. In his opening statement, Valery Gergiev said: Our concert in Palmyra is our appeal for everyone to come to peace and unity, to unite and work against this evil, against terrorism. This is where the piece started.

Stressful... But sublime as well.


With Bertrand Lesca, Nasi Voutsas
Direction Louise Stephens
Lights Jo Palmer


Farnham Maltings
Prix Total Theatre au Fringe Festival d’Edimbourg
Grand Prix du Jury au Fringe Festival de Stockholm
Prix du Jury, FITT Festival de Tarragona
Prix du Festival Européen de Birmingham

In the press

"The duo who created eurohouse shift from comic to tragic in a brilliant piece that reflects on syria and the breakdown of relationships.”

Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

“It’s rare to see emerging artists with such a strong signature style... Stressful ... But sublime as well.”

★★★★ Matt trueman, Whatsonstage

"A strong contender for “best piece of ‘political theatre,’ edinburgh 2017.”

Andrew Haydon, Postcards from the gods

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06 30 53 32 89 /


12:40 > 14:20shuttle ride included

07 > 25.07

(odd days) Break 19.07

Château de Saint-Chamand Route /

Full price: 20.5 €
Off rate: 14 €
Pro rate: 9 €

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