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Saturday, April 20, 2024

28th Llangollen Fringe unveils its diverse programme

* Craig Charles.

The 28th edition of the Llangollen Fringe Festival takes place from July 5-13 and will feature a diverse range of shows, with comedy, music, dance, workshops and more.

Kicking off the festival's festivities is the highly anticipated finale to its comedy season, featuring headliner Robin Ince. 

Renowned for his ability to educate through comedy, his performance promises "laughter and enlightenment." 

* The Undertones.

Supported by the dynamic duo, The Raymond and Mr Timkins Revue - with the possibility of a surprise guest appearance - the event is hosted by the charismatic Silky.

In the realm of music, the Fringe welcomes back three iconic acts - The Selecter, Craig Charles, and Band Pres Llareggub. 

Prepare to rock out with The Undertones as they bring their iconic sound to Llangollen. Catching them on their European Tour guarantees a night filled with timeless hits like "Teenage Kicks" that will have the Town Hall pulsating with nostalgia. 

Hailing from the Highlands of Scotland, Elephant Sessions will present their unique blend of traditional, funk, and electronica music. 

* The Selector.

Welsh talent takes centre stage with Adwaith and Melin Melyn, two bands that transcend borders with their captivating performances. 

Folk sensation Seth Lakeman returns to cast his spell over the audience, while the collaboration of Catrin Finch and Aoife Ní Bhriain promises to stir emotions with their fusion of Celtic and classical music. 

Complementing the musical line-up are a variety of theatrical performances, workshops, and artistic endeavours, ensuring there is something for everyone to enjoy. 

Commenting on the programme Paul Keddie, Chairperson of the Llangollen Fringe, said: "We are incredibly proud of the diverse and dynamic program we have put together for this year's Fringe, with a line-up featuring both established icons and emerging talents, we look forward to welcoming audiences to what promises to be an unforgettable celebration of culture and creativity." 

Catrin Finch and Aoife Ní Bhriain.

* Tickets for these headline shows are on sale now, as well as Festival passes. Priced at just £120 the festival pass allows access to all of the main events across the nine days.

Festival tickets and dates and times for all concerts and events are available from 

Llangollen Fringe Festival is supported by The Arts Council of Wales

At a glance

Friday, 5th July: Robin Ince

Saturday, 6th July: Band Pres Llareggub 

Sunday, 7th July: The Undertones 

Monday, 8th July: Seth Lakeman

Tuesday, 9th July: Catrin Finch & Aoife Ní Bhriain 

Wednesday, 10th July: The Selecter  

Thursday, 11th July: Elephant Sessions 

Friday, 12th July: Melin Melyn and ADWAITH - double headline show 

Saturday, 13th July: Craig Charles 

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