Last year The Fringe Files produced the world premiere of Michael Starr‘s then brand new noir inspired stage play The Curse of Miss Fortune at Bristol & London. The show then transferred up to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where it performed to sell out audiences. In fact, the final night a further 50% audience capacity were turned away at the box office such was ticket demand.
A year on, we are delighted to announce the full & un-interupted public video release of one of those Edinburgh performances onto YouTube and here it is:-
A huge thank you to everybody who made the journey in horrid weather to come and support us at the Woking Drama Festival yesterday for what was our first performance of The Cook Did It! It was a tad rough around the edges admittedly but I think we did a good job overall and we’re very proud of what we achieved.
Time for a short break now before we re-group on Sunday to discuss our thoughts and the much valued, and mostly positive, feedback provided to us by the festival adjudicator.
If you couldn’t make the journey to Woking, don’t worry, we’ll be bringing the show to both Wincanton & Bristol in a couple of weeks. Speaking of which, tickets are available
The Fringe Files arrived at the Rhoda McGaw Theatre (in Woking) yesterday for our technical run through. Here are some stills from that session. That’s it, the set is on site, everything is now in place, ready to roll for Thursday.
Please do come along and check out our performance of The Cook Did It! which opens the 2012 Woking Drama Festival at the Rhoda McGaw Theatre on October 11th (Thursday) at 7.30pm. We are one of two performances that night and tickets are just £8 for both shows combined. A full evenings entertainment! Tickets are available directly from the WDA box office.
The Cook Did It! is a fantastic show, the cast and crew have worked super hard to pull it together and we really do appreciate any support up there for what will be “an away game” for us.