Fringe Theatre x Original Magazine

  • Lizzie Montgomery
  • Emily Morgan
  • Michael Morgan

Most of your favourite performers first found their feet through fringe - a term for off-piste spaces and places where new and established artists can test their work to friendly audiences - on a budget. Living in their own hot pink hue, recent drama graduates come fringe fanatics, Ding for Disco, have seized every opportunity in their sights. Taking their show Britney’s Peers on tour, ticking off pubs, clubs and venues all over the South, the girls have gained a wealth of insight into the world of fringe theatre. Alongside Ding for Disco, Pipe It Up Productions are also frequent fringe go-ers and do-ers. Acting as spokesperson for the company - Emily Glazebrook takes us through her experience, noting her best bits of their process so far. But fringe had to start somewhere... Since co-creating the renowned Crouch End based venue ‘Downstairs at the Kings Head’ in the 80’s, Peter Grahame has seen it all. An old pro in the industry, and still very much in charge, he’s one worth listening to...