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Koko Brown’s White at the Fringe

One of the must-see shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this August is spoken word artist and theatre-maker Koko Brown, with her daring new production, White.

“It’s a solo show about identity; being a mixed-race black woman and feeling like an outsider,” explains Koko. “I’ve performed White in London several times and had a great response but I’m really excited to take it to Edinburgh.”

Koko uses live vocal looping and spoken word to explore the concept of mixed-race privilege. Combined with original songs, White connects clashing cultures in an engaging and contemporary way which has proved itself at previous performances.

Koko Brown’s White is at The Pleasance Beside from Wednesday 15th to Monday 27th August at 11.30am. Tickets are on sale now priced at £10. Book online at www.pleasance.co.uk or call Box Office on 0131 556 1513.

Samuel Payne
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Reviewer of Theatre in the North, including releases of classic film and television.

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