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Being part of the Fringe TheatreFest Livestream experience is easy and it's free! But there is a limit on the number of attendees, so register now to secure your viewing.

Simply click login/register and complete the registration process. You will be returned to the home page where a new message will have appeared with further important information.

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what's happening on June 27?

24 bite-size fringe shows livestreamed to the device of your choosing

On Sunday 27th June we will have two Theatre GoPro-ers walking the streets of Barnstaple, live-streaming eight hours of mini-performances and chatting with people as they go. Thanks to a grant from Fullabrook CIC, we have the equipment to stream 360-degree sound and quality visuals, making the experience as 'in the moment and space' as possible for those viewing from home or on mobile devices.

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Performances will be located in various nooks and crannies around our extraordinary town - both inside and outside - including St Anne's Arts Centre, the Golden Lion Tap and the Bridge Chambers Hall. There will also be a number of performances beamed in from further afield - companies keen to take part but prevented by covid restrictions from being present in Barnstaple.

Explore the livestream line-up on the shows page.

The Fringe TheatreFest team

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Last year we marked the week in which Fringe TheatreFest should have taken place with a variety of memories and reflections. These were posted on the Fringe TheatreFest blog, where they are still available.

There are comments, blogs, photos, videos and a podcast featuring conversations with some of the people who have taken part, been in the audience or made it happen.

Please enjoy - and do comment or send us your own material if you feel moved to do so.

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