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46th FRINGE FESTIVAL DATES

Sept 23rd- Oct 9th 2016

The 2016 Programme Brochure
is now available.
We’ve been working hard to make this Fringe more interesting  than ever
and looking forward to seeing you at the exciting variety of our events.

 

To book tickets online click here

Download the brochure here

LOTS OF FRIENDS & SUPPORTERS CAME TO OUR BRILLIANT LAUNCH

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WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT OUR EQUALLY BRILLIANT EVENTS

 

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The 2016 Windsor Fringe – 23rd September to 9th October – is set to be our biggest and best to date with a fortnight of an even broader range of exciting and unique events over venues in Windsor and Eton For the first time Eton College is collaborating with the Fringe by throwing open the doors of the Jafar Hall and its Museum of Antiquities.

More highlights include one of the last great song and dance men of American tradition: Movin’ Melvin Brown, award-winning author Jacqueline Wilson and the fantastic Soweto Spiritual Singers.

This year the Fringe will also feature:

Tea Tasting – Drama – Cabaret – Jazz, Blues & Traditional Music – Antiquity – Photography – Walks – Art-house Films – Shakespeare – Dance – Poetry – Kids’ Shows – Promenade Theatre – Artists’ Open Houses.

We hope you, your friends and families will find something special to enjoy.

FRINGE HIGHLIGHTS:

Movin’ Melvin Brown – a man, a magic, a music (we open with a star!) Saturday 24th September, 8pm | All Saints Church, Dedworth

Musical Teas (music and tea tasting with the story of Darvilles of Windsor) Tuesday 27th September, 2.30pm | All Saints Church, Frances Road

Bubbles for Breakfast Puppet Show (silliness, magic, weird and wonderful) Saturday 1st October, 3.30pm | Windsor Baptist Church, Victoria Street

Soweto Spiritual Singers (the joyful spirit of Africa) Saturday 1st October, 8pm | All Saints Church, Dedworth

Moscow Drug Club (stunning Berlin cabaret) Friday 7th October, 8pm | Windsor Baptist Church, Victoria Street

The Kenneth Branagh Award for New Drama Writing Thursday 6th October, 8pm; Friday 7th October, 8pm; Saturday 8th October, 7.30pm

The Fringe continues to promote new play writing and we finish off two weeks of events with excellent theatre. Come and see the three winning plays judged from 289 scripts received from 18 countries.

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Download the brochure here

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Please see the link to: 
 Dave Berns, who runs a growing blog dedicated to helping playwrights first play submission opportunities. 

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