31 MAY - 11 JUNE 2023

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The latest news from Delft Fringe Festival.

On May 19th in De Telegraaf: an interview with Kelly Vanneste of Alienated. Read the interview with her in De Telegraaf or book tickets directly for the cinematic screenings of the show 'Playstation Blackout'.
The Delft Fringe Festival also lets children experience the magic of theater. They can dance along in the living room, be enchanted and discover theatrical fairy tales. Meet our 7-meter-tall pink rabbit, get to work with the 3D-origami coloring page or walk the rabbit route! In short, there is plenty on the program for all the kids!
Online and on screen. We are all used to it by now but it is sometimes quite lonely. And when you think of a festival, you think above all of happy times and togetherness! So how do you match the online character of this edition with the characteristic conviviality of a performing arts festival?
One of the advantages of an online festival is that you can have a drink while watching a wonderful performance! That is why this year we have joined forces with Huszár, the best brasserie on the Hooikade in Delft. They have put together two delicious and sustainable party boxes for us! Enjoy all the goodies with your housemates or just keep it all for yourself ;)
ArtsTalk Magazine editor Michael Hasted interviewed Delft Fringe Festival director Roel Beeftink-Funcken about the online version of the festival.
Did you know that in The Student Hotel you can find The Commons, the in-house restaurant? They have organized a super promotion during the festival period: Buy a ticket for a performance and get 10% discount when ordering a pizza! Awesome!
From Friday, May 28, to Sunday, June 6, various performances are scheduled every afternoon at 12:00 and 13:00. From dance and music to cabaret. A great way to relax during your break or on your day off. Let your mind roam free, be moved or laugh until tears roll down your cheeks. So, grab a sandwich, a cup of tea or some other tasty treat and join us!
A shining beacon. That's what the Delft Fringe Festival wants to be this year.
Identity and LGBTQ activism play an important role in the work of dancer and choreographer Robin Nimanong. During the Delft Fringe Festival 2021 his dance performance Postscriptum 223 can be seen daily. Postscriptum 223 challenges one to self-reflect and to break through the pigeonholing spirit surrounding identity.
Ticket sales for the 10th edition of Delft Fringe Festival have started. This year the festival will have a special online edition.
The Delft Fringe Festival invites everyone to the very first online edition of the festival. Enjoy a real theatrical binge-watch marathon. In your own living room, on the balcony or in the garden.

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