FREE FRINGE: Youth Strings

Talented local young string players perform chamber music under the direction of Derek Williams

No advance booking or tickets
Where necessary, entry will be subject to availability.

The Fringe is a chance for local performers and especially young musicians to take part in the Festival and to raise funds for a local charitable cause. This year’s charity is Home-Start Newark which aims to give support to families who may be struggling to cope with a variety of challenges, including post-natal illness, disability, isolation, the demands of parenting young children, bereavement, multiply births and helping families to change behavioural problems; improving relationships within the family and more.

FREE FRINGE: Summer Serenade

Summer Serenade with the Palace Chamber Choir Madrigals, folksongs and close harmony performed by distinguished local choral singers

No advance booking or tickets
Where necessary, entry will be subject to availability.

The Fringe is a chance for local performers and especially young musicians to take part in the Festival and to raise funds for a local charitable cause. This year’s charity is Home-Start Newark which aims to give support to families who may be struggling to cope with a variety of challenges, including post-natal illness, disability, isolation, the demands of parenting young children, bereavement, multiply births and helping families to change behavioural problems; improving relationships within the family and more.

FREE FRINGE: All Our Own Work

Singer/songwriters (and familiar Festival faces) Hannah Turner and Guy Turner perform their own songs

No advance booking or tickets
Where necessary, entry will be subject to availability.

The Fringe is a chance for local performers and especially young musicians to take part in the Festival and to raise funds for a local charitable cause. This year’s charity is Home-Start Newark which aims to give support to families who may be struggling to cope with a variety of challenges, including post-natal illness, disability, isolation, the demands of parenting young children, bereavement, multiply births and helping families to change behavioural problems; improving relationships within the family and more.

FREE FRINGE: Opera Gala

Performed by Festival soloists including soprano Alison Rose, mezzo Jessica Gillingwater and baritone Jame Geidt, accompanied by Libby Burgess

No advance booking or tickets
Where necessary, entry will be subject to availability.

The Fringe is a chance for local performers and especially young musicians to take part in the Festival and to raise funds for a local charitable cause. This year’s charity is Home-Start Newark which aims to give support to families who may be struggling to cope with a variety of challenges, including post-natal illness, disability, isolation, the demands of parenting young children, bereavement, multiply births and helping families to change behavioural problems; improving relationships within the family and more.

FREE FRINGE: Sheepish Grin

Folk Music from the well known local Fiddle and Melodeon duo.

No advance booking or tickets
Where necessary, entry will be subject to availability.

The Fringe is a chance for local performers and especially young musicians to take part in the Festival and to raise funds for a local charitable cause. This year’s charity is Home-Start Newark which aims to give support to families who may be struggling to cope with a variety of challenges, including post-natal illness, disability, isolation, the demands of parenting young children, bereavement, multiply births and helping families to change behavioural problems; improving relationships within the family and more.