2023 will see the third Tunbridge Wells Fringe. The festival will see local businesses share their space with local creatives, invigorating our community. Over two weeks you can see a full on theatre production, listen to rock bands and classical music, laugh along with brilliant comedians, watch our local and up-and-coming talent with youth dance and theatre groups, take part in grafitti workshops or an over 60s ballet class. Find places you've never seen before in Tunbridge Wells as we give everyone a stage to shine. We have already signed up: -Our very own homegrown Modernised Punch and Judy show from local talent Josh Neville -Local rockband Motor Raider -TWells comedian Aimee Cooper We are going to create a buzz in the town with 3 street theatre stages which will be hosting free workshops and highlights of performances to help you choose and entertain you! To check out our website go to www.twfringe.com
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
Tunbridge Wells Fringe benefits are... - To provide a full diverse programme of arts at a range of price to allow accessibility for everyone. - To provide paid work for local creatives. - To provide social and work experience opportunities for volunteers. - To bring the whole of Tunbridge Wells town centre together in a cultural community event. - To increase economic development for all local businesses. - To increase footfall in our town centre both from local residents and attracting visitors from outside. - To provide free street theatre and workshops to those who may otherwise not be able to access the arts. - To provide a stage for everyone inspiring a new generation of creatives to have the opportunity to grow. - To bring awareness to our chosen local charities through arts events.
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About the space
Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Tunbridge Wells Borough Council