Monday 23 October 2017

What's on the fringe

David Tucker

Teresa Boyle, Eoghan Rua Finn, Michael Conway and Colum Kavanagh
Teresa Boyle, Eoghan Rua Finn, Michael Conway and Colum Kavanagh
Roisin Martin, Jonathan Murphy and Kate Murphy
Rebecca McGuire, Donal Murphy and Louise Kinsella
Louise Bowe and Kathleen Delaney

The 63rd Wexford Fringe Guide was launched last Wednesday night (September 23), at The Irish National Heritage Park.

A cornerstone of Wexford's proud heritage of festivals, Wexford Fringe has become an integral part not only of the cultural, tourism and entertainment scenes in and around Wexford, but also a real and tangible contributor to the economic and commercial life of the wonderful town that is Wexford.

This year's Fringe will not disappoint.

A diverse and eclectic mix of events which include theatre, visual arts, photography, music, literature and children's entertainment. Many events are free and there is something for everyone in the family.

'The Fringe in its own right will attract over 50,000 visitors to our town, national and international. It brings together artists of all disciplines and will run from Friday, October 16 through to Sunday, November 1,' said Martin Doyle, President of Wexford Chamber

The 2015 guide is packed full with a variety of events, including the handy pull out 'Snap Shot' calendar which details all listed events on any particular day throughout the Festivals.

Sponsored by Failte Ireland and, for the second year in a row, ESET Ireland, the guides are complimentary and are widely available.

For further information on the 2015 Wexford Fringe Festival, contact or phone 053 91 22226.

Wexford People

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