The Tallinn Fringe Festival is starting its second week, bringing a lot of comedy and musical shows. The second week at the Tallinn Fringe Festival (28.08-03.09):
AFTRWRK bar presents an experimental comedy show of physical and visual comedy by a well-known Italian clown, Shaolin, who relives his childish and clownish soul in his Zen practice, discovering a world always full of surprises and which finds its meaning in seemingly insignificant little things.
Theatre bar Heldeke! will be filled with comedy! Borderline Comedy from Riga, Latvia, will kick off with Lost in Baltics, followed by Clit Comedy Club’s Back to School Special and Leading Ladies of Comedy. Sille-Kadri Simer (Estonian) brings the audience her fresh comedy Tough titties, where she tells crazy stories about life. Late sleepers can attend a Late Night Cabaret led by vaudeville blues broad Kaisa Ling Thing (Estonia), who also presents the best (and only) feminist vaudeville blues show Feminist’s Handbook for Eastern Europe. In Fouad Samiei’s (Iran) enchanting concert Persian Tar, the audience will hear the magical sounds from a Persian instrument, Tar, a peculiar long-necked, waisted lute.
In Rataskaevu 6 Art gallery the world traveler Tarrvi Laamann (Estonia) will surprise visitors with a site-specific and “living” painting performance from August 29-31. Literary and Musical Evening with the Author of “Teekond Méxicost Setomaale” (Estonia) and the short-story collection book “Que venga la noche” (Let the Night Come – Mexico) Stephanie Rendón takes you to discover parallels between Mexico and Estonia.
Culture club Winkel in the Old Town presents two feminist comedies. Clit Comedy Club and Pussy Jam Comedy will have the pleasure of diving into the whirlwind of hilarious drama and get a taste of the minds of 6 comediennes at Lady Bits. In the comedy show Tough titties by Sille-Kadri Simer (Estonia), she tells the audience crazy stories about life, but of course, through the eye of comedy.
The festival programme is updated every day. Please see the entire program at fringe.ee