Edinburgh Comedy Festival
Edinburgh Comedy Festival is a collection of comedy shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe which runs each August.
In June 2008, there were many news stories and commentaries in the media about th...
Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival
The Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival is an alternative theatre festival held each year for twelve days in July in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The 2014 festival ran July 16–27 and the 2015 festival wil...
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Travels with My Aunt (play)
Travels with My Aunt is a 1989 comedy adapted by Scottish dramatist by Giles Havergal from the Graham Greene novel of the same title. The play was first staged at Citizens Theatre in Glasgow on 10 Nov...
Saskatoon Fringe Theatre Festival
The newly named PotashCorp Fringe Theatre Festival is an annual fringe theatre festival in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. A fringe festival is not censored, and not juried, and provides no life th...
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Underbelly Limited
Underbelly Limited operates a series of four venues at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, in Scotland. From 2000-2004, Underbelly, Cowgate was the only venue operated by Underbelly. In 2005, Underbelly ad...
Jacksons Lane
Jacksons Lane is a pioneering multi-arts venue in Highgate, North London.
Jacksons Lane is a theatre, a centre for participation, and a space for new circus theatre companies and artists to create...
Free Edinburgh Fringe Festival
The Free Festival is an organisation that promotes free shows of all genres at the annual Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland. Free Festival venues are commonly independently run bars and nightclubs...
Hysteria: A Festival of Women
The festival began in 2003, and was launched at Buddies in Bad Time Theatre, by then-artistic associate Moynan King. Over a ten-day period, Buddies hosted a succession of events particularly for and w...
Reading Fringe Festival
The Reading Fringe Festival was started in 2005 in Reading, Berkshire, after a group of several musicians, producers and promoters decided to showcase Reading's musical talent in the week running up t...
Acco Festival of Alternative Israeli Theatre
The Acco Festival of Alternative Israeli Theatre (also Acco Fringe Theatre Festival, Israel Fringe Theatre Festival) is a four-day performing arts festival held annually in the city of Acre, Israel d...
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Fringe theatre
Fringe theatre is theatre that is experimental in their style or subject matter,. The term comes from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. In London, the Fringe is the term given to small scale theatres, ma...
Anywhere Theatre Festival (Brisbane)
Anywhere Theatre Festival is an annual Brisbane based festival for performance anywhere but traditional theatre spaces. The first anywhere-but-in-a-traditional-theatre concept was brought to Brisbane ...
Shockheaded Peter (musical)
Shockheaded Peter is a 1998 musical using the popular German children's book Struwwelpeter (1845) by Heinrich Hoffmann as its basis.Created by Julian Bleach, Anthony Cairns, Julian Crouch, Graeme Gilm...
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Cincinnati Fringe Festival
The Cincinnati Fringe Festival, produced by Know Theatre of Cincinnati, was founded in Cincinnati, Ohio in 2004. It consiststs of 12 Days of Theatre, Film, Visual Art, and Music in the heart of Over-t...
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Edinburgh Festival Fringe
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe (The Fringe) is the world's largest arts festival, with the 2014 event spanning 25 days totalling over 3,193 shows from 51 countries in 299 venues. Established in 1947 a...
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Jim MacCool
Jim MacCool (born 1963) is a British dramatic poet in the shanachie or travelling bard tradition. MacCool is the author of Ionan Tales, a series of twelve lengthy tales in verse inspired by the Canter...
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Malvern Fringe Festival
The Malvern Fringe Festival is an arts festival (founded 1977) which takes place in Great Malvern, England. The main events of the Malvern Fringe Festival are the annual the Malvern May Day and parad...
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Atlantic Fringe Festival
The Atlantic Fringe Festival is held annually in late August / early September in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Since 1991, the festival has been a showcase for non-mainstream theatre. A wide variety...
Do You Come Here Often? (play)
Do You Come Here Often? is a 1997 play written by Sean Foley and Hamish McColl of the two-person theatre company, The Right Size.
Melbourne Fringe Festival
The Melbourne Fringe Festival is an annual independent arts festival held in Melbourne, Australia and the second largest in Australia after the Adelaide Fringe Festival. The Festival runs for three we...
John Hegley
John Richard Hegley (born 1 October 1953) is an English performance poet, comedian, musician and songwriter.
He was born in the Newington Green area of Islington, London, England, into a Roman Cat...
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Calgary Fringe Festival
The Calgary Fringe Festival is an annual fringe theatre festival in Calgary, Alberta.
The earliest Fringe-type drama festival in Calgary was the Plan B Festival, held in 2000 at a variety of locat...
Fringe Review
FringeReview is a British online and paper-based theatre reviews publication. It was founded by writer Paul Levy in 2006 and has grown to over 130,000 online readers in 2013. This web-based publicatio...
TJ Dawe
TJ Dawe (born Ti-Jon David Dawe) is a Canadian playwright, director, and performer based in Vancouver, British Columbia.Dawe was born in Vancouver on August 22, 1974. He studied theatre at the Univers...
Infringement Festival
The infringement Festival is an international, interdisciplinary critical arts festival that features theatre, music, film, culture jamming, street performance and visual arts, with an emphasis on act...
Theatre Delicatessen
Theatre Delicatessen is a theatre company founded by Jessica Brewster, Frances Loy, Mauricio Preciado Awad and Roland Smith in 2007. The company is currently in residence at 35 Marylebone High Street,...
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