THE GUILD GRAVESHAM FRINGE FESTIVAL

08 - 17 August 2019

A celebration of the arts, culture and wellbeing 

1 venue, 10 days, 19 acts, 31 events

 

Sadly the festival for 2019 has finished but we hope to be back next year... Bigger, Better and Brighter! (To quote our fabulous MC Bill)

We would like to thank everyone that took part in the festival, all of the wonderful festival volunteers, the hard working tech crew, the charities we were supporting, the local businesses who advertised in our programe and everyone that attended an event and supported the festival.

 

Special thanks to the amazing entertainment at the end of festival finale charity fundraiser:

The Buzzards

Copper Fox Cooler

Confident Queen

Ukelear Subs

Bill Clynshaw with Shake Rattle and Dance

And to No 84 for supporting our opening charity coffee morning.

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2019

Festival Line-up 2019

The National Autistic Society, Artrack day service

Charity Coffee Morning

Tomfoolery: Beans on Toast Show

HAGS Ahoy: Right of Entitlement

Dani Baylis: The Reunion

David John Griffin: Short Stories

Phoenix Gongs: Gong Bath

Paul Doust: Second Circle Workshop, Don't Act Think Workshop, Lady Bracknell's Confinement

Mark Bowsher: World Building on Page & Screen

James Dand (Inner Anthem): The Creatuve Warrior Formula Workshop, The Music Mindset Mastery Method Workshop, Empowerment Songs Live Performance

Gina Uden: Singer

Open Mic Night

Ian Nicholson: Tales With A Twist

James M'Kay: The Popular New Reciter

Alternate Shadows: Where There's A Will - written by Tony Layton

Kevin McCarthy: How Did it Happen?

Fringe Festival Finale Fundraiser 

Local Business who advertised in our programme:

No 84 Tearoom

Three Daws Riverside Inn

Little White Dress Bridal Outlet

Julis Creations Dressmaker & Alterations

Laptop World, Parrock Road

Artistic Florist, Cross Lane West

Artifical Lawn Company

Yoga Class, Clarence Place

Planet Game Hub

Ruth Mcmanus: Foot Health Practitioners & Facials and Massage

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