TNSGFO of 1983 – FOUR Award Nominations!

So we actually did go out with a bang at the 2017 Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival, as promised, literally, by shooting a rocket up into the lighting rig. Not even kidding, and finally… finally… we gained some recognition for our quirky play, The Not so Great Fallout of 1983. It was absolutely our best performance of this play. It felt more natural this time around and the disappointment of Woking the previous week had been long forgotten. A massive thank you to everybody involved. Here are the award nominations that we received:
[su_spacer size=”10″]

[su_table]

[icon name=”trophy” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Michael Starr nominated in ‘Best new play’ category for production The Not so Great Fallout of 1983, presented at the Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival. [2017] [nominated]
[icon name=”trophy” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Emma Harris nominated in ‘Best female actress’ category for production The Not so Great Fallout of 1983, presented at the Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival. [2017] [nominated]
[icon name=”trophy” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] The Fringe Files nominated in ‘Best comedy’ category for production The Not so Great Fallout of 1983, presented at the Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival. [2017] [nominated]
[icon name=”trophy” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Will Leighton & Seb Webber nominated in ‘Best technical’ category for production The Not so Great Fallout of 1983, presented at the Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival. [2017] [nominated]

[/su_table]

2017 Venue – The Watershed

We’re delighted to announce that our first performance of The Not so Great Fallout of 1983 will be at The Watershed (Bristol) on October 15, 2017. This will be our first time at the Harbourside venue and we cannot wait! There, we will present our show alongside another new play, So Far So Good, written by Jon Attwood & Charlotte Wright. A double exclusive… and times that by two further because… there will be TWO performances at The Watershed on that same day, 2pm and 5pm. So, why not jump over to our online Box Office, pick your prefered time and join us for two fantastic pieces of theatre.

2017 Venue – Spelthorne Drama Festival

We are delighted to announce that The Fringe Files will be returning to the Riverside Arts Centre , as part of the 2017 Spelthorne Drama Festival this October, where we will be presenting our brand new absurd comedy, The Not-so-Great Fallout of 1983.

This will be our third appearance at the festival. A Tail of Forklure (2014) & Samantha (2015) received nine award nominations during that time, winning two. This announcement follows our recent confirmation of participation at the 2017 Woking Drama Festival, which is also scheduled in October.

2017 Venue – Rhoda McGaw Theatre

We are delighted to announce that The Fringe Files will be returning to the Rhoda McGaw Theatre, as part of the 2017 Woking Drama Festival this October, where we will be presenting our brand new absurd comedy, The Not-so-Great Fallout of 1983.

This will be our fourth appearance at the festival. The Cook Did It! (2012), Underline (2013) & Samantha (2015) received 9 award nominations during that time.

Three further performance venues will be announced in due course.

TFF announce link with The Dramatory

The Fringe Files are delighted to announce an official affiliation with drama workshop specialists The Dramatory. The Dramatory provide opportunities for Children and Young People in Bristol to experience Drama in a fun, creative and non-pressured environment.

The new partnership will kick start later this year with a joint production where both companies will each present a one act play together somewhere in Bristol.