Pudasi: The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013


Pudasi is a term used in Jeju pangut, an original Korean performing art which took its origin from a Korean indigenous ritual over 5000 years ago. It has a concept of purifying our mind and wishing happiness of life. Norian Maro recreates Pudasi by accepting the concept and reconstructing it in a contemporary way. With dance, drumming and song, it generates an exciting place where the boundaries between performers and audience can be joyfully crossed in order to boost well-being and happiness. Free Korean tea and rice cakes!

Date: 12 Aug (Mon) ~ 25 Aug (Sun) 10:00
Venue: C venues – C
Genres: Dance and Physical Theatre
Tickets: £4.50~£8.50

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