1st – 31st July 2016
Welcome to our coverage of Guildford Fringe Festival.
“Guildford Fringe is a open access multi-arts festival in the heart of Guildford Town Centre which runs for the month of July every year.”
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I want to see… at Guildford Fringe
We see a lot of Fringe around the world. We keep our ears to the ground. So here is our intuitive show-finding tool for Guildford Fringe Festival.
I want to see…
… some cabaret and burlesque. Then see Hundred Watt Club – Burlesque & Cabaret
… some sublime craziness. Then see Katie Pritchard: Even The Little Ones
… an intimate show where beautiful women read naked. Then see Naked Girls Reading
… some improv comedy. Then see Left Foot First: Don’t Keep Your Feet on the Ground!
… a show about the last 10 years of new musical theatre and the greats that inspired the shows. Then see The Last 10 Years
… some comedy about retail. Then see Aidan Goatley: Joys of Retail
… an acclaimed show about Jack the Ripper. Then see Jack The Ripper: Facts, No Fiction
… some live performance poetry. Then see Static – A Life Spent Going Nowhere
… an hour of rude, funny songs. Then see The Dirty Carols present ‘More Filth, Vicar?’
… some Comedy in Chinese for people who don’t speak any Chinese at all (Highly rated by FringeReview). Then see Louise Reay – Que Sera, 些拉
… something historical and musical. Then see The Ladies in Red: We’ll Meet Again
… a brand new stand-up comedy show from an acclaimed comedian. Then see Abi Roberts: Anglichanka (Russian for English Woman!)
… some kooky comedy theatre. Then see The Boy on the Swing by Joe Harbot
… a delicious, dazzling, hilarious musical comedy celebrating the power of chocolate. Then see Amanda Waring: For the Love of Chocolate
… some interactive theatre. Then see Mystery at Frankenstein Castle
… a new stand up comedy show about differences. Then see Joy Carter: Spot the Difference
… some magic with a Victorian difference. Then see Talking to the Dead
… some A Cappella. Then see Academix A Cappella
… a torrent of seriously silly jokes in an absurd story of being brought up in one of the remotest villages in England. Then see Glenn Moore: Glengarry Glen Glenn
… a great comedy improviser. Then see Ben Van der Velde: Barbarians
… something for children. Then see The Adventures Of The Gingerbread Man
… an outstanding show about Laurel and Hardy. Then see Hats Off to Laurel & Hardy
… an award-winning docu-comedian. Then see Juliette Burton: Decision Time (preview)
… a new surrealist stand-up show. Then see Elf Lyons: Pelican Preview
… a night of comedians. Then see Guildford Gag House Comedy
This is a more visual way to find a show at Guildford Fringe. Simply click on an image that draws you in, and then get booking!
We’ll be growing the collage throughout July.
This is a very popular little show-finding tool. We’ve trawled the descriptions of shows and press releases and pulled out the most interesting phrases and keywords to help you find a show at Guildford Fringe. Simply click on a phrase and find the show…
We’ll be adding more in July.