One week to go until Plymouth Fringe Festival 2019!
That’s right, there’s just one week to go until Plymouth Fringe Festival 2019!
In rehearsal rooms across the country, actors are cementing those last few lines in their memories, comedians are adding in just one more joke and dancers are perfecting their routines. All in preparation for what is going to be the biggest and best Plymouth Fringe Festival yet.
We’re unbelievably excited to share this year’s programme with you. It’s rammed full of gripping theatre such as SISATA’s FERAL and Alex Robins and Emma Latham’s Fireworks; hilarious comedy such as Pariah Khan’s An Indian Abroad and Oogle Buffleflum’s The Brain That Wouldn’t Die; with some fantastic music in the form of Zassõ Taiko Drummers.
New this year, we’ve even got some fantastic fun for 5-12 year olds with Coppice Theatre’s Science Adventures—which is one part educational and two parts wildly energetic!
If you want to get a glimpse behind the scenes of the making of some of the shows coming to this year’s festival, then be sure to check out the Guest Posts from Hattie Collins (writer and director of FISSURE) and Lord and Slater (the minds behind Thatcher May Trump Farage) that we’ve been featuring on our blog.
Or, if you check out the videos section of our Facebook page, then you’ll find some audiovisual snippets from Chloe Carruba (writer and performer of One Woman Riot) and Oddbodies (whose one-man King Lear is definitely one not to miss).
Of course, once you’ve made the nigh-on impossible choice of deciding what shows you’re planning to see, then we’d recommend booking in advance to secure your seats.
Tickets for all shows at Plymouth Fringe Festival, as always, are available from plymouthfringe.com
We’re really looking forward to seeing you around the festival next week!
Dan, Matt and Tom
Plymouth Fringe Festival