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Preston Tringe Festival: The Gonzo Project Vol.2.

The Gonzo Project investigates the weird world of ‘Stage’ acts at the Tringe, Preston’s very own ‘Fringe’ Festival, an open access fringe festival with an exciting mixture of live theatre, […]

9 years ago
Theatre Review: All Because Of Molly, New Continental

The infrastructure investments the Continental have made this year in lighting, seating and curtaining have greatly improved its amenity for theatrical performers and audiences alike.  This has allowed the venue […]

10 years ago
Tringe: Comedy – Phil Buckley

As Phil Buckley bumbles onto the Adelphi stage, he remarks that in 8 years of standup he’s never really worked out how to begin a show. This indecisiveness and whimsical […]

10 years ago
Tringe: Review – The Template for Lack of Conversation

  A delight of The Tringe is to experience shows that are beyond the conventional, which Alison Trower’s solo piece surely is. Her beautiful and calmly delivered performance poetically explores that […]

10 years ago
Advertisement Advertisement Tringe: Theatre Review – Dev’s Army

Elysion Productions describe their debut play Dev’s Army as “A rich, dark comedy in the grand Irish tradition – instantly recognisable characters and oozing charm” The scene is the Irish […]

10 years ago
Tringe: Theatre Review – Romeo Is Dead

“This is what you came to see. The music has stopped. The stage is still. This is important. Very important. You’re not allowed to see it. Not Yet. We wanted […]

10 years ago
Tringe Launch Night – Photos

The Tringe launch night took place last week and Tarquin Scott has provided these photos for us. Also check out our other articles on the Tringe including how you can […]

10 years ago
Tringe Interview: Spoken word with Fiona Bratherton

  This Sunday sees Fiona Bratherton’s first foray into spoken word at the Tringe, with her show ‘Somme Like It Hot (Or How I Learned To Pack Up My Troubles […]

10 years ago
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