Harrow Fringe Festival

Harrow Fringe Festival

After last year's inaugural festival, the Harrow Fringe is back on Wednesday 22 and Thursday 23 May, showcasing a range of multi-disciplinary projects in the Ryan Theatre and surrounding spaces.

Audiences can soak up the latest talent from Harrow drama - from contemporary theatre, new writing, comedy and short films to an acoustic stage featuring poetry and spoken word, pop-up Shakespeare and live music - while also enjoying the festival's garden BBQ. 

Kicking off the festival at 7.30pm on Wednesday will be a showing of The Land of Nod, a production for children aged five to seven about following your dreams and the importance of a good night's sleep, which was devised by Harrovians and toured local primary schools earlier this year. 

On Wednesday evening, the Culinary Society (in association with Shaftesbury Enterprise, our community partnerships programme) has organised a charity cake sale, to raise funds for the homeless charity Firm Foundation.