Folkestone Fringe curates art, architecture, sound, and performance in Folkestone. We produce a range of annual festivals for the town, with the intention of presenting high-quality work by local and visiting artists. We want our audiences to see, watch, hear and learn new things. We want our work to connect people to each other and the place we live in. Our programmes are created with our collaborators and delivered by young people developing their future working in the arts.
// Deadline for applications: Thurs 20 June 2019, 14:00 // STILL TWO PLACES LEFT FOR THE "EX-CLUDIES" GROUP.
Folkestone Fringe are super proud to be one of the partner organisations for LADADIY. In 2019 and for #DIY16, we're stoked to be working with the legendary Stacy Makishi who will be hosting her workshops through August 2019 in our very own little pocket of the south-east. Whether experienced in live art/performance or not at all, YOU can be a participant.
SALT Festival of the Sea and Environment will take you on a creative and inspiring journey through the landscape and culture of the coast around Folkestone. There will be opportunities to walk, talk, make, write, observe, have fun and share ideas over good food in the great outdoors. SALT is co-curated by Folkestone Quarterhouse, Folkestone Fringe and Go to the Pine, with ideas gathered from the local community. Our programme is currently being finalised.
The Urban Room Folkestone is a space where people can go to understand, debate and get involved in the past, present and future of where they live, work and play. The Urban Room Folkestone Spring Series has begun, with a series of workshops, talks, and events for locals of all ages interested in learning about urbanism, design, planning, and place-making.