The alternative garden festival

The eighth Chelsea Fringe will start on Saturday 18th May 2019 and run for nine days until 26th May at a host of different venues and settings.

Building on the success of the previous Chelsea Fringe festivals, it will feature a wonderful mixture of public spectacles, horticultural happenings and community celebrations.

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Watch an interview with Festival’s director Tim Richardson on the three weeks event based on the relationship between gardening, art, the city and its inhabitants.

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