Ten to see at Chichester Fringe

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Running 1st – 21st June 2023, from the stated mission of Chichester Fringe is “to break down barriers for up-and-coming performers, providing them with free spaces and enabling them to showcase their work.” It was “established in 2021 in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, when it was recognised that performers needed a safe space to perform. In 2022 a series of hybrid online/in-person events took place, and in 2023 it will be bigger and better.”

Here are ten shows to see at this year’s Fringe…

I want to see…

… some new writing. Then see A Magpies Madness

… some live Poetry. Then see Poetry Take Off! @ Draper’s Yard

… some live comedy. Then see A night of Epic Comedy

… some theatre, a fresh take on Chekhov’s ‘The Seagull’. Then see La Mouette

… a brand new short play. Then see Dust

A Day to Remember

… the life and songs of film legend Doris Day. Then see A Day to Remember

… a variety night. Then see Variety Night @ 104

… some solo comedy, a stand up hour about Love Actually, addiction and sunburn. Then see Lulu Popplewell: Actually, Actually (preview)

… an NHS doctor who is also a comedian. Then see Matt Hutchinson: Hostile

Poetry In Motion - On The Road

… a smorgasbord of jazz and roots music, song and poetry. Then see Poetry in Motion – On the Road

… two experienced and creative performers with an eclectic blend of new and exciting acoustic music. Then see Rob Johnston with Tim Gower