The 8th Glastonbury Fringe kicks off on 25th May until 2nd June, a celebration of the arts in Glastonbury. Over the nine days as well as promoting mainstream events the Fringe shows off what you can expect from Glastonbury town all year round, to that end you can expect exhibitions, competitions, fine food and drink, theatre, workshops and healing and more high quality music than anywhere else on a daily basis held at pubs, café’s and other venues throughout town.
Each day also sees the Fringe Stage set up at various locations in town to include St Dunstan’s House and the Market Cross where there will be an eclectic mix of performers from 2pm (and every day thereafter throughout the Fringe). The Fringe team would love locals to join and be part of this amazing event. If you’re interested in performing on the Fringe stage, be it music, dance, drama, comedy or poetry you can book a slot by contacting us via the facebook page, if you’d like to perform at the many pubs and cafes in town contact them directly before they fill up.
Our launch event on Friday 25th May is being held at Glastonbury Abbey with live music from Tankus the Henge, Port Erin, Noel & Webb and Break Beat Bandits. Doors open at 5pm and tickets are available online www.glastonburyabbeyship.com or www.glastonbury-fringe.org.uk or in person from Stephens Butchers at the Market Cross.
Glastonbury Fringe is sponsored by: Glastonbury Spring Water, Brothers, Glastonbury Festival, gfm and Young Rascal Design Studio. #only1glasto