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Mirazozo (Assembly And Architects Of Air)

By | Published on Tuesday 9 August 2011

As you enter George Square, it’s hard to miss Mirazozo’s insane inflatable domes that are reminiscent of a Dr Who creation. And as peace and quiet is not exactly advertised in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe’s packed programme, you’d be forgiven for wondering if such a haven is possible in the busy hum of the Assembly gardens. On entering the dome, you wander freely in exquisitely creative aural and visual installations, inspired by geometry and Islamic architecture. Children will adore the colours and shapes, adults will find it a haven of relaxation, and teenagers will want to throw a party here. In fact, if it ever becomes possible, hire it for your next big celebration. Or, if not, just make it a festival priority.

Assembly George Square, 3 – 29 Aug (not 16), times vary, £5.00, fpp26.
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