The Programme for Plymouth Fringe Online is now live!
When we realised that staging a physical event this year wasn’t going to be possible, we got in touch with some of the artists who were planning on bringing shows to Plymouth Fringe Festival 2020 and some of those we’ve privileged to showcase the work of at festivals past and challenged them to create some online performances.
Beginning on Monday 3rd August 2020, we’ll be streaming the shows they’ve created over on our YouTube channel. You can find our channel by heading to bitly.com/plymouthfringeyt.*
If you want to watch along with us, then you can tune in at 7pm on Mondays and Wednesday throughout August.
The performances will then stay online for a short while for anyone who wants to catch-up in their own time.
The programme contains a broad range of work including comedy, drama, dance and poetry; whatever your tastes, we’re sure there’ll be something in there for you!
If you’d like to check out the schedule for Plymouth Fringe Online, then you can head over to the What’s On page of our website.
* The exception to this is Kill The Cat Theatre’s The House Never Wins, which will take place via Zoom and, though it will also be free, will require booking. Details of how to book for The House Never Wins will be available shortly.