Ventnor Fringe Festival is back for 2021: Dates now announced

It’s the news that many have been waiting for – the return of Ventnor Fringe Festival

Ventnor Fringe 2019 - dance

The news that many have been waiting for comes today as Ventnor Fringe Festival announce their plans for 2021.

With the Government’s roadmap to removing all Covid restrictions by 21st June, the Fringe Festival dates for 2021 allow plenty of room for movement.

The message was short but sweet, with more info to follow,

Ventnor Fringe is back with 10 days of the best new music, comedy and theatre this summer from 23rd July – 1st August 2021.

We can’t wait to welcome you back!

Perform at Ventnor Fringe
If you are interested in bringing your show to Ventnor Fringe check out the new Handbook which has all the information you need about how to take part.

Many of the shows that were booked for 2020 will be playing at the 2021 event. See the VFringe Website for more information.

V fringe poster by Hugo Bilton
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Image: Dancer © Ventnor Fringe Festival

Thursday, 4th March, 2021 5:52pm

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5 Comments on "Ventnor Fringe Festival is back for 2021: Dates now announced"

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jazzerpete

Giddings and his money machine should have a rethink about the September IOW Festival as well. Not just for the safety of the public, but the support staff and those who will be closely associated with it as well.

snowwolf1
We must remember that we are talking about someone’s livelihood and those employed to assist with these functions along with the joy of the attendees – which if covid is not controlled along with the variants then I personally do not think any large crowded even even if it is outside should be announced until we are sure it is safe not just for attendees, but their… Read more »
Spartacus

Giddings couldn’t give a toss

snowwolf1
Do we really need another lock down in late 2021 – yes it would be nice to have festivals but deep down everyone knows Covid and its variants will not be going away for many years and gatherings in all aspects of life will have restrictions imposed for the safety of the human race and front line workers such as NHS. Not sure which is worse giving… Read more »
Spartacus

Let’s focus on making money as a priority shall we regardless of safety and our well being. This is not the time for festivals.