Alice Applewood speaking with Vicky from the Chichester Observer
Have you seen our November events?
We’re busy putting together our ‘Pop-up Fringe’ events for this November; music, theatre, comedy and magic is all coming to Chichester on the 16th & 17th November at The Riverside Theatre, Chichester College.
Alice Applewood, performer and writer of A Day to Remember, her show all about the life and times of Doris Day, chatted with Vicky from the Chichester Observer all about her show and her influences. A huge thanks to Vicky and the team for having Alice in; have a read above by tapping the image!
We’ll also be diving a little more into her show in an upcoming blog, keep your eyes peeled…
What else is happening in November?
You should check out our other two events and book tickets:
Thursday 16th November @ 1930
Hugh: The Musical is an original fringe style musical by Belle Street. This comedy musical follows two strong women with busy lives, their friendship and a mysterious letter from someone called Hugh… but can the performers carry it off to an unsuspecting audience whilst dodging the many plot holes and without falling out?!
Friday 17th November @ 1900
Plus a special event we’ve curated and called The Chichester Fringe Cabaret Show. Featuring comedian Natalie Bryce, magician Mark Flynn and guest vocalists Eddie Cole and Olivia Westall, it’s sure to be a showstopper of a night with a bit of something for everyone. Come along and have a laugh!
What's this about the radio then?
Well, some of our fabulous volunteers have been joining Neale on V2 Radio all week for Battle of the Businesses! So far, we’re in the lead… but can we continue on to win?
Listen to V2 Radio tomorrow at 12:30 to find out!
Find out more about our November events:
Chichester Fringe is on a mission to break down barriers for up-and-coming performers, providing them with free spaces and enabling them to showcase their work.
The Chichester Fringe Team.