Mime artist Makoto Inoue performs at the Prague Fringe

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Written by Expats.cz Staff Published on 19.05.2010 23:50:49 (updated on 19.05.2010) Reading time: 1 minute

Fringe Festival Praha


Makoto Inoue (mime artist)

28.05.10 – 05.06.10
19:00 – 20:00

@ Divadlo Inspirace
Malostranske namesti 13
Mala Strana, Prague 1

“Kaguya” is based on the Japanese most ancient folktale Taketori Monogatari (The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter).

~Long, long ago there lived an old man in a village.

One day he went to the bamboo forest, when he found one bamboo shining.

He cut it, to his surprise, found a girl-baby in it.

The old man named her “Kaguya Hime (Bamboo Princess)” ~

“Listen to me. To tell the truth, I was born to the moon. I must return to the moon on the night, when they will come to me.”


Pragues eagerly awaited annual marathon of theatre, dance, comedy
and music from around the globe bursts to life on May 28th for 9 days.

The Prague Fringe Festival, now in its 9th year attracts a growing
band of visitors from overseas as well as being increasingly popular
with Czech audiences. The event creates a great international atmosphere
where those on holiday can mix with locals and enjoy an eclectic mix of
high quality and reasonably priced non-elitist theatrical

This exciting event offers 40 different shows with over 200
performances and is a mini and more manageable version of the mighty
world famous Edinburgh Fringe. Its cheaper too with tickets priced at
around a third cheaper than the Edinburgh shows.

All productions are in English, Czech or are non-verbal and are
programmed so that you can see up to 5 shows a day or dip in and out as
you please. Shows take place from the afternoon to late evening, most
last for an hour or so with time between to zip from venue to venue and
grab a bite to eat, or even pop back to your hotel for a freshen-up.

Full programme
on line and tickets on sale NOW. Come and join the Prague Fringe group

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