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The ThreeWeeks Editors’ Awards go to the ten things that we, the ThreeWeeks editors, believe make the Edinburgh Festival extra special in any one year. Winners can be people, plays, companies, venues or even whole festivals. The awards were presented in 2015 at a gathering at theSpace @ Surgeons Hall Library on the last Saturday of the festival.
Infallible Productions has been present at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for many years and its director, Stefania Bochicchio, has recently been appointed as the artistic director at Draperhall, London SE1. Draperhall specialises in staging London premieres of award-winning, novel, daring and wonderful plays.
THE CAMERI THEATRE, TEL-AVIV (4.5.2019)
INCUBATOR THEATRE, JERUSALEM (5.5.2019)
BUSHEY SYNAGOGUE, LONDON (7.5.2019)
COCKFOSTERS & N SOUTHGATE SYNAGOGUE, LONDON (7.5.2019)
SOUTH HAMPSTEAD SYNAGOGUE, LONDON (8.5.2019)
WOODSIDE PARK SYNAGOGUE, LONDON (9.5.2019)
EALING SYNAGOGUE, LONDON (9.5.2019)
WESTMINSTER SYNAGOGUE, LONDON (10.5.2019)
BELFAST SYNAGOGUE, NORTHERN IRELAND (12.5.2019)
WIMBLEDON SYNAGOGUE, LONDON (9.1.2018)
ARTS EDUCATIONAL SCHOOLS, LONDON (8.1.2018)
THEATRE ARIEL, PHILADELPHIA (14.11.2018)
UNITED SOLO FESTIVAL, NEW YORK (12.11.2018)
TAI KWUN, HONG KONG (19-22.7.2018)
CENTRAL SYNAGOGUE, LONDON (27.6.2018)
FELLOWSHIP HOUSE, LONDON (26.6.2018)
EMBASSY OF ISRAEL, LONDON (31.5.2018)
THE HAYSTACK THEATRE (13.5.2018)
THE BERNARD HALL (12.5.2018)
FINCHLEY UNITED SYNAGOGUE (2.5.2018)
WEST LONDON SYNAGOGUE (17.4.2018)
BIRMINGHAM CENTRAL SYNAGOGUE (15.4.2018)
UNIVERSITY OF YORK (15.3.2018)
WARWICK UNIVERSITY (28.2.2018)
THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH (18.2.2018)
TRISTAN BATES THEATRE (15-27.1.2018)
FORTISMERE SCHOOL, LONDON (11.1.2018)
ROYAL CONCERT HALL, GLASGOW (10.12.2017)
THE OTHER PALACE, LONDON (27-28.11.2017)
THEATRE N16, LONDON (19.11.2017)
ST GEAORGE SCHOOL, EDINBURGH (12.10.2017)
EDINBURGH FESTIVAL (2-28.8.2017)
SEVEN ARTS, LEEDS (16.3.2017)
ETCETERA THEATRE, LONDON (25.10 – 6.11.2016)
Originally trained in Israel, at The Performing Arts Studio, founded by Yoram Loewenstein, Tel-Aviv. Niv worked in theatre, TV and voiceovers, and won the award for Best Actor in Theatre for Youth and Children, 2014, for his role in the one-man show Snowball. Theatre credits in Israel include: Much Ado About Nothing; The Comedy Of Errors; Company (Ber Sheva Theatre); Mother Of Him (Beit Lessin Theatre). Niv is the Israeli voice for Hiccup in How To Train Your Dragon amongst many others. Since graduating from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, London, in 2015, Niv’s credits in the UK include: NotMoses (Arts Theatre); Red Riding Hood (Hoxton Hall); La Strada (UK tour and West End season).
An Israeli actress and dramaturge who trained at Beit Zvi School for the Performing Arts. Since graduating (2010), she has performed in various theatres such as Hasifriya, Beit Lessin, Orna Porat, National Youth Theatre, and she is currently on tour with two one-woman shows The Longest Week In Moran’s Life and Fish In The Net.
As the Artistic Advisor, Maia accompanied the creative process of Knock Knock from its very beginning, and assisted with dramaturgy, editing, ideas development, and directing the show.
With a first class design degree from the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, Rhiannon has previously designed for Walk the Plank and Liverpool Open Culture. She runs Twitching Tales Puppets, bringing puppets to events across the county and has featured on BBC North West Tonight. She is currently working at the West Yorkshire Playhouse on their bestselling production of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Oliver has worked around the country lighting aerial circus, musicals, dance and theatre. He trained at The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts being awarded a first class honours degree. Most recently he designed Giant! The Liverbird Song and John & Jen. His designs have won an award from The Association of Lighting Designers and been praised for his work. Future projects include, Life On Wheels by Bella Kinetica and The Ruby Slippers.