Wexford Fringe is an annual open-access arts festival which will run in parallel to Wexford Opera Festival from Friday, 18th October to Sunday, 3rd November 2019.
Now in its 67th year, Wexford Fringe is calling artists, performers, choral & drama groups, singers and musicians to submit their Event Listings. Wexford Fringe is an annual open-access arts festival which will run in parallel to Wexford Opera Festival from Friday, 18th October to Sunday, 3rd November 2019.
10,000 copies of the Fringe Guide will be distributed internationally, nationally and locally throughout the South East in early September. Reaching a wide audience the Fringe Guide provides essential information on events, ticket information, festival tours, historical attractions and much more.
Wexford Chamber, who co-ordinate the Guide, is delighted to be working on this project with the support of Wexford County Council.
Over 300 Fringe events, many of which are free to attend, literally engulf Wexford town over 17 days and includes the Wexford Festival Opera and Wexford Spiegeltent Festival.
The open-access nature of Wexford Fringe means that anyone with a show, exhibition or cultural event is welcome to participate and perform. Artists from around Ireland and further afield will be participating in this year’s Fringe alongside home-grown talent, in all art forms spanning cabaret, comedy, theatre, historical walking tours, literary recitals, book fairs, music and visual art.