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rob_fmttm Posted on 7/7 18:00
Riverside Festival Fringe Info.


The Tees Music Alliance, organizers of Stockton Riverside Fringe Festival, have just published a 20 page programme outlining every artist on every stage at this Year’s Festival (2nd – 5th August).

The programme is available at locations across Teesside including libraries, Tourist Information Centres, local and High Street shops, sandwich bars, etc. It can also be found at BBC Tees in Broadcasting House Middlesbrough and the BBC Bus. Copies can also be collected from Green Dragon Studios in Stockton.

For those who prefer their information delivered electronically, the whole Fringe Festival programme can be checked out on

The Photograph shows Andy Marron and Steve Ovington of The Steve Marron Project (Writers’ Café, Georgian Theatre Sat 4th August Noon-4.00pm) checking out their entry in the Fringe programme.

Stockton Riverside Fringe Festival is organized by the Tees Music Alliance, with sponsorship and support from Stockton Borough Council, Arts Council England and Coors Brewers.

Link: Fringe Benefits

4_3on_aggreg8 Posted on 7/7 18:04
re: Riverside Festival Fringe Info.

Looks good, got some time off booked. Any idea how they will regulate entry Rob? I know it's free but will it be tickets, or just queue up on the day?

rob_fmttm Posted on 7/7 18:06
re: Riverside Festival Fringe Info.

Sorry I don't really know any details - usually they count numbers don't they? But it is usually in a venue big enough to cope. I'll ask next week.

Mr_Incident Posted on 7/7 18:10
re: Riverside Festival Fringe Info.

In past years you've been able to just wander in up until the very end, from my experience. As in it's never filled up to capacity. But with this year's MUCH higher profile headliners, it might be wise to get down early to make sure. It'll be worth going early anyway.