Glastonbury Fringe Opening Event This Afternoon
By stonesthrow | Thursday, June 21, 2012, 11:20
Glastonbury Fringe kicks off today, with a comprehensive programme of events being held throughout the town for the next fortnight.
From 2pm - 4pm today, the opening event in St Dunstans car park in Magdalene Street (next to Glastonbury Abbey) there will be a taster of what can be expected from performers and artists until 1st July.
The programme for this evening includes open air theatre at Glastonbury Abbey from Oddsocks Theatre Company who are performing Julius Caesar with a difference. The Cafe Galatea have Julie Patchouli singing Songs of Love and Cheese while at Hawthorns Restaurant, Mr Keep Calm and Lauren will be performing. These are but a few of the organised gigs happening tonight, many of which are free to attend.
Tomorrow day time there will be a Blacksmith workshop at the Rural Life Museum and evening events include the House of Commoners at the King Arthur and Hobo Jones and the Junkyard Dogs at the Riflemans.
For the full listing s of events across town, visit the Glastonbury Fringe website.