Ventnor Fringe 2018: What will you discover?

The Ventnor Fringe Festival is undoubtedly one of our favourite festivals of the year. Set in a wide variety of unusual venues across this creative and quirky town there are 70 shows to choose from this year. Providing something for everyone!

Ventnor Carnival Tobias Penner

Returning for a ninth year to the Isle of Wight, the Ventnor Fringe continues to develop as one of the UK’s fastest growing fringe festivals with more than 70 shows and 100s of performers signed up to take part in the week-long celebration from the 7th–12th August.

The Indie: “One hell of a homegrown festival”
At the forefront of Ventnor’s emerging cultural scene for nearly a decade, the Fringe transforms the town with performances and events taking place in every conceivable space!

‘One hell of a homegrown festival….an authentic, bohemian festival experience”
The Independent

From improvised hip hop in a Laundrette to a rooftop cellist concert, a 1930’s Parisian ‘Book Bus’ to secret venues hosting some of London’s most exciting new spoken word acts.

Warehouse Gig at Ventnor Fringe 2016 by Tobias Penner

Audience members can choose which ticketed events to see or simply explore the many events that make up the Free Fringe.

Run by Ventnor Exchange
The Fringe is organised by the Ventnor Exchange, an arts organisation which has also run a theatre, craft beer bar and record store in the town since 2014.

“…rapidly becoming the country’s most surprising and inspirational multidisciplinary arts festival”
The Sunday Times

It was recently described by Darren Henley, CEO of Arts Council England as, ‘a brilliant cultural hub firmly embedded in its community…’

Book now
Tickets for events are now on sale from the Ventnor Fringe Website or by calling the box office on (01983) 716767.

Image: © Tobias Penner

Wednesday, 11th July, 2018 6:59pm



Filed under: Comedy, Dance, Island-wide, Isle of Wight Art, Music, poetry, The Arts, Theatre, Top story, Ventnor, What's On

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