Come and meet Alfred, the community radio project for Shaftesbury, Motcombe, Semley, Compton, Fontmell and The Donheads, at this year’s Shaftesbury Fringe.
If you love the humorous, observational songs that feature on some BBC Radio Four comedy shows, Plastic Jeezus will be right up your street!
A jaw-dropping acrobatic display by a Shaftesbury student will create a buzz at Fringe.
A Shaftesbury Fringe performer promises to show you how to write poetry in just one hour.
Fans of folk music are in for a treat at Shaftesbury Fringe.
Award-winning comedian Robyn Perkins is returning to Shaftesbury Fringe because she loves our town.
Two Shaftesbury singers have formed a new group for Shaftesbury Fringe.
Charmian Hughes will make you laugh during her Grosvenor Arms Hotel gig on Bank Holiday Monday.
A new vocal group is set to entertain you at Shaftesbury Fringe for the first time.
95-year-old Bimport resident Tony Hawkins will return to this year’s Shaftesbury Fringe with a concert featuring his friends and family.
We continue our Shaftesbury Fringe 2021 preview. Today, we hear from comedian Darren Walsh.
We continue our Shaftesbury Fringe preview as Annette Gregory tells us about her forthcoming jazz-influenced show at the Arts Centre on 27th August at 7pm.
There’s ‘magic’ in the air at Shaftesbury Fringe 2021, as The Great Baldini performs each day at The Grosvenor Arms Hotel Assembly Room.
Singer songwriter Simon Blake is looking forward to his fifth visit as a performer.
1960s surf culture comes to Shaftesbury in a Fringe 2021 Show.
As we countdown to Shaftesbury Fringe 2021, David Grierson talks about the forthcoming performance by the Phoenix Café Orchestra.
Brit-nominated tenor Thomas Cameron has an incredible voice that has been described as ‘sounding like velvet’.
Former Shaftesbury School head boy Jacob Hulland returns to Shaftesbury Fringe with four comedy shows during this year’s festival.
You may have heard Dean Carter playing his Tibetan bowls around Shaftesbury. They look like steel drums.
Geoff Robb returns to Shaftesbury for this year’s Fringe. This accomplished musician will play tracks inspired by different trees and the folklore and stories surrounding trees and woodland.
In our Shaftesbury Fringe Podcast series, we meet Sarah Nicholls of Cable Street.
Registration has closed for the 2021 Shaftesbury Fringe Festival, which takes place between the 27th and 30th of August.