Fringefeed | 14 Nov 2019

Happy Times! The Full FRINGE WORLD Program Has Been Launched!

It is the day we have all been waiting for – the full FRINGE WORLD 2020 program has been launched today! *insert happy dance here*

We have had a peak through the epic full program already and we have spotted so many unmissable returning hits, fresh new gems and heaps in between. Happy Fringe!

  1. Fringe fun for all ages

FRINGE WORLD really does have something for everyone! There’s the international smash-hit urban circus 360 ALLSTARS to dazzle and delight with phenomenal physical BMX and breakdance performances.

The Greatest Magic Show has brand new and hilarious magic and breath-taking circus stunts. Fans of smooth tunes will be in Fringe heaven with Shades of Bublé: A Three-Man Tribute to Michael Bublé.

  1. In-tents programming

Why run away with the circus, when you can see some great ones right here at Fringe? Idris Stanton – WHAM GLAM CIRCUS MAN! mixes magic, music, comedy and death-defying circus stunts to a rock and roll soundtrack.

High-flying circus collides with outrageous comedy, serious skill and whimsy in visual circus treat L.I.A.R. (Life Is a Rehearsal) which features extraordinary props, special effects and a blistering live soundtrack.

  1. Comedy and cabaret

Get some comedy and cabaret into your Fringe binge in 2020. The hilarious trio of lads The Latebloomers are back with Scotland! what it really means to be Scottish. Think tartan, shortbread, deer stalking and whisky.

Charlie Caper – Magical has magnificent sleight of hand, oodles of charm and lots of laughs. Check out the hilarious and raunchy Shreklesque, the world’s only burlesque show dedicated to the movie!

  1. Think outside the box

For something different, buckle in for a wild ride on board a vintage public transport bus for the shameless comedic homage to action thriller Speed, with Speed: The Movie, The Play, where you’re part of the show.

Witness the world premiere of Body Rights, from the creators of 2019 hit REST, where audiences of 40 will experience one-on-one theatre and interactive exploration with a cast of 40 performers.

Up late with Fringe

The late-night crowds can stick around after dark for the adults only, boundary pushing, gin-soaked Bernie Dieter’s Little Death Club.

Things get loud, raucous and sweaty with The Gods The Gods The Gods, a loud, raucous, sweaty piece of storytelling about ancient mythologies. Come along for a piece of theatre fused with big beats and bold moves.


Cover image by Michelle Ranson.