The Camden Fringe 2018
Wednesday 20 June 2018
Festivals - London Fringe - Shows
4 weeks of fun are on their way as 300 productions play at 23 venues all over North London in the 13th Camden Fringe festival.
Image: The Camden Fringe
The programme for The 13th Camden Fringe festival is live and tickets are now on sale for the 300 productions that play as part of this year's North London extravaganza which runs from 30 July to 26 August.
Spread over 23 venues, including Camden People's Theatre, The Cockpit, the Etcetera Theatre, the Hen and Chickens and Tristan Bates Theatre, there's bound to be something for everyone.
You can find your local venue using this map.
About the festival
The Camden Fringe is a performing arts festival, established in 2006, which takes place in Camden during August.
Anyone and everyone is welcome to apply.
Previous fringe events have encompassed new writing, opera, musicals, stand-up, sketch comedy, dance, cabaret, poetry, opera, mentalism, improvisation and Q&As.
Shows take place throughout the day and generally last one hour.
The Camden Fringe was set-up as an alternative to Edinburgh Festival, offering performers the chance to try out new material and different ideas in a supportive setting with less time and financial commitments than EdFringe did at the time.
The festival aims to give anyone the chance to perform and showcase their talents, from very experienced performers and companies, to ambitious newcomers.
Since 2006 the Camden Fringe has gained a reputation for supporting acts, providing helpful information and guidance for the acts involved.