News: Shedinburgh Festival Schedule Announced

News: Shedinburgh Festival Schedule Announced

The Shedinburgh Fringe Festival has announced its line-up for 2020. The new online Fringe Festival will feature some of the best Fringe names and newcomers in theatre and comedy broadcast live from sheds across the country. Tickets are now on sale here: www.shedinburgh.com.

Comedians already announced include Sara Pascoe (pictured), Steen Raskopoulos, Jack Rooke and Deborah Frances-White. New names now confirmed include Lucie Pohl, Chloe Petts and Sophie Duker.

Other additional shows include Fringe theatre hits Beats by Keiran Hurley in a special reading by Lorn Macdonald, Woke by Apphia Campbell, Status by Chris Thorpe, Fragments of Home by Annie George, Team Viking by James Rowland and international sensation White Rabbit, Red Rabbit by Iranian writer Nassim Soleimanpour. Plus spoken word from Barber Shop Chronicles creator Inua Ellemans and Sean Maloney with more to be announced throughout the festival. 

All shows will be broadcast via zoom every night from 7.30pm between 14th August to 5th September.

Tickets can also be purchased through Crowdfunder, Traverse Theatre and Soho Theatre sites on a Pay What You Can system for a minimum donation of £4 to go to the A SHED LOAD OF FUTURE fund to support new artists to bring their work to the Edinburgh Fringe in 2021.

Ticket sales are limited and performances will not be repeated.

New performers looking to be involved can still apply for slots until August 15. See the Get Involved page here.

See the current Shedinburgh "shed-ule" below. 

14 Aug        Friday          7:30pm    McGonagalls Chronicles - Gary McNair

15 Aug        Saturday      7:30pm   Status - Chris Thorpe 

16 Aug        Sunday        7:30pm   Fragments of Home - Annie George 

17 Aug        Monday       7:30pm   Team Viking - James Rowland 

18 Aug        Tuesday      7:30pm  The Archive of Educated Hearts - Casey Jay  Andrews

19 Aug        Wednesday 7:30pm   Woke - Apphia Campbell 

20 Aug        Thursday     7:30pm    Beats – Kieran Hurley, special reading by Lorn Macdonald

21 Aug        Friday         To be announced

22 Aug        Saturday     To be announced

23 Aug        Sunday        7:30pm    My Left Nut - Michael Patrick & Oisin Kearney 

24 Aug        Monday        7:30pm    Immigrant Jam  - Lucie Pohl

25 Aug        Tuesday       To be announced

26 Aug        Wednesday  7:30pm  Quarter Life Crisis - Yolanda Mercy                               

27 Aug        Thursday     7:30pm    Search Party - Inua Ellemans 

28 Aug        Friday          7:30pm    My Arm - Tim Crouch 

29 Aug        Saturday     7:30pm     Labels - Joe Sellman-Leava 

                                       9:00pm    Living Rent Free In Your Shed - Chloe Petts 

30 Aug        Sunday        7:30pm    Big Daddy and Baby Helen - Rosie Jones and Helen Bauer 

31 Aug        Monday        7:30pm    Back of the Head With A Brick - Sean Mahoney 

01 Sep        Tuesday       7:30pm    Jack Rooke Invites You to Cheer The F***k Up - Jack Rooke 

02 Sep        Wednesday To be announced

03 Sep        Thursday     7:30pm   Sara & Steen - Sara Pascoe & Steen Raskopoulos 

04 Sep        Friday          7.30pm Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice - Deborah Frances-White

05 Sep        Saturday     7:30pm White Rabbit, Red Rabbit – Performer To Be Announced

 

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