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UK Fringe Resources Wanted
June 8, 2009 6:33 PM   Subscribe

What are some great resources, preferably online, of fringe arts (burlesque, cabaret, circus, improv, street theatre, etc) in the United Kingdom?

I only know of Ministry of Burlesque and that's it. I'm looking for listings of events, schools, workshops, venues, performers, anything to do with the more oddball non-conventional performing arts. I'll likely be concentrating on England, but Scotland/Wales/Northern Ireland-related links are good too.
posted by divabat to Media & Arts (2 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
Well there are the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Brighton Festival Fringe, for starters.
posted by hydrophonic at 8:47 PM on June 8, 2009


These sites may have what you're looking for...

MissingLinkProductions Ltd - www.missinglinkproductions.co.uk
Provider of performers in the United Kingdom. Seems to cover any and all non-conventional arts. hypnotic fire dance, fire eating, hoopers, spectacular angle grinding, live electric stunts, whip cracking, bed of nails, fakir, glass jumping, aerials, etc.

VIVA Aerial Dance - http://www.vivaaerialdance.co.uk
Aerial Silks act for corporate functions, special events, variety and TV.

Stiltskin - http://www.stiltskin.org.uk
A visual arts and street theatre company, based in England.
posted by wabanada at 1:32 PM on June 9, 2009


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