Those who don't want to open the theatre season in 'Black Tie' and with a gala would do well to go to the Fringe Festival. Already in its tenth year, the festival is bouncing in all directions, this year with 80 performances. Unselected, untamed and unjudged, as they call it themselves. In other words, sometimes you see something wonderful and sometimes you see something that sticks in good intentions. Throwing darts, I picked 3 performances, all of which turned out to be Best of Fringe.
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