Whether you’re an old timer or you’ve just heard about the Fringe, the general meeting on Monday 10th February is a great opportunity to find out more about the Chelsea Fringe 2020, from festival director Tim Richardson. It’s also a chance to mingle with fellow fringers – do come and join us at the Garden Museum – 6.30pm for 7pm more details and RSVP here.
If you have a project or event in mind for the alternative garden festival, just let us know – more details here. We’re excited to see what this year will bring .
For previous Fringe successes check here; with 100s of fantastic and diverse events including a selection of stories here, glorious gong time, and Cranbrook goes Nuts caught all the fun they had on video.
We quite simply can’t wait to find out what stunning events The Chelsea Fringe 2020 will include.