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The Swansea Fringe Festival 2021
October 21 - October 24£30.00
Enormous bill of acts across a stack of Swansea independent venues, although there doesn’t seem to be a list of which ones. Here’s who’s playing. Music: 3 Hwr Doeth, Aisha Vaughan, Alexander Carson, All Dead, All Dead, Altered Myths, Brainzaps, Breichiau Hir, Broken Fires, Bryony Sier, Cactus Haus, Carolines, Catherine Elms, Celavi, Ci Gofod, Codewalkers, CrazeTheJack, Culture Vultures, Daisy, Dan Bettridge, Dan Jordan & The Warbirds, Darren Eedens & The Slim Pickins, Deceptives, Desert Life, Desert Storm, Eleri Angharad, Felix Subway, Fever Jaw, Fluff Tongue, French Alps Tiger, Head Noise, Heavy Flames, Heavy On The Ride, Hemes, Hunter From Fremonte, HWDU, Incurzion Audio, Jack Perrett, Joe Easton, Just Juniper, Kate Newnham, Keys, Kikker, King Goon, Kneeon, Laura Jazmyn, Lazarus Moon, Lifer, Lifting Gear Engineer, Los Blancos, Lost Tuesday Society, Mahouts, Man, Marieke Vink, Martyn Kinnear, Mass Envy, Mines, Mojo Jnr, Nigel Davies, OG Titanteeth, Only Fools & Corpses, Orphan Dinosaur, Pale Bastard, Papur Wal, Pastel, Patrick Jones, People & Other Diseases, Primitive Soul, Pseudo Cool, Ria Plays, Roughion, Sarah Birch, Side Show, Sigiriya, Sisters O Sisters, Sons of Owen, Sophie Crabtree, Soundwire, Static Fires, Stickman, Sugarmoon, Suns of Thunder, Super Marine, Swamp Thief, Swan Hill, Sweet Benfica, Tanglejack, The Bad Electric, The Marks Cartel, The Mudd Club, The Orange Circus, The Rusty Nutz, The Vulcan Straight, They Live | We Sleep, Tom Emlyn, Tommy Jenkins, Trampolene, Two Til Twelve, WheezeTeam, William Poyer & The Saddle Rats, World Vs. World, You Can’t Say Dallas Doesn’t Love You, Zacthelocust and Zhubat. Comedy: Paul Dennis, Phil Green, Drew Taylor, How To Win A Pub Quiz, Louise Leigh, FourÕs A Crowd, Will Preston, Dai Davies, Kris Davies, Pauline Eyre and The Last Days Of The Chilli Festival. Poetry and spoken word TBC. Tickets are £8 for Thurs 21 and £12.50 for the other days.
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