30+ shows are now available to stream throughout the Fringe, with the same amount coming live over the next 7 days and more than half have live captioning or transcripts available. Register to watch all free content (our live free shows are also available on Facebook) and browse our pay-to-view shows
TALES OF WHATEVER, MONDAY 20 JULY 7.30PM
Described by The Guardian as “conversational, funny & inclusive” and previously seen at Latitude, Edinburgh & The Bill Murray, Monday night’s live Fringe show sees comedians telling true stories, hosted by Mark Powell & Lee Moore
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DANCE EVENTS AT READING FRINGE DIGITAL
We have a quartet of exciting dance pieces available to stream throughout the Fringe! Mihir Theatre’s We is an inclusive performance on the topic of disability & society featuring seven dancers & three musicals; Blue Goat Theatre’s Love, Sex & Zombies combines theatre & dance with performers from four countries; leading American dancers Aaron Samuel Davis & Camden Loeser team up for the short piece Passion Drives Us; and Sound of Loneliness tells the story of a prisoner, a turnkey & loneliness itself. And Monday at 1pm several of the artists join Dance Reading’s Liz Allum our latest free Live at Lunchtime
MUCH MORE STILL TO COME BETWEEN NOW & NEXT SUNDAY!
Highlights over the next eight days include: panel discussion on our photography exhibitions and comedy shows; live looping on Tuesday evening; Matt Hoss with comedian guests Iszi Lawrence & Jamie D’Souza on Wednesday night; plus a whole host of brilliant events available to watch whenever you want, including music from James’ Mum, evocative new play We’ll Dance on the Ash of the Apocalypse & spoken word show Genre Fluid