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The Reading Fringe Festival is coming!

We’ve got a weekend packed with acts as part of this year’s Fringe, all equally unique.

Yes, it’s that time of year again – the ever-growing Reading Fringe Festival is coming very soon. Between the 19th and 23rd of July Reading will be turned into a hub of theatrical entertainment, in a variety of thrilling venues with something for everyone to enjoy. And we’ll be taking part again this year, with a smorgasbord of events on Friday 21st, Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd, featuring faces old and new to the centre.

Friday 21st July

9pm - Maria Peters - The Science of Cringe

What makes a human cringe? What even *is* it? And what could we achieve if we ignored it? Are you cringing reading this? Would a Dad joke help?

It's an experiment. Behavioural science, character comedy & storytelling collide.

Price: £8

 

Saturday 22nd July

3pm – Read College

3 weeks, 10 actors, no script... come and find out what happens next.

Price: £8

4:30pm – Born To Sum

Who’d’ve thought pop culture and mathematics were such good friends? Enter folk mathematician and 2016 Famelab winner Kyle D Evans

Price: £8

5:45pm – Just Don't Do It

Modern female sexuality and Christianity: are they as uncomfortable bedfellows as they appear to be? Join two clowns delving into the confusing, the painful and the funny

Price: £8

7pm – A Boy Named Pugh

The debut show from English Comedian of the Year 2016 Josh Pugh, who "finds laughs in unusual places" (Chortle). 

Price: £8

8:30pm – D'Arcehole

Jo D'Arcy got called ALL the names in High School, then went back to teach and got them all again, but none of them are as bad as the names she's called herself.

Price: £8

 

Sunday 22nd July

5pm – Just Don't Do It

Modern female sexuality and Christianity: are they as uncomfortable bedfellows as they appear to be? Join two clowns delving into the confusing, the painful and the funny

Price: £8

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Tickets for all shows are available from the Fringe website or on the door

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