Wandsworth Arts Fringe reveals 2018 programme

Published: Wednesday 21st March 18

Wandsworth Council's Wandsworth Arts Fringe has launched its 2018 programme.

During its nine-year history, south London’s premiere arts festival has gone from strength to strength and this will be the biggest yet with the festival playing host to more than 180 shows in over 55 venues from May 4 to 20.

WAF will bring every corner of the borough to life once again this May. There will be pop-up dance performances and taster sessions at the Royal Academy of Dance in Battersea, and an outdoor, interactive art workshop as part of WildCity’s Big Art Picnic in Tooting and Nine Elms.

The Waste Paper Opera Company will bring odd-bod opera to Balham, and performance partnership Fragility will take over The Arches at St Mary’s Church in Putney and The Cat’s Back in Wandsworth Town with cutting-edge theatre and  comedy.

There will be life drawing (with a difference) in Roehampton, an Affordable Art Exhibition in Furzedown, and an entire programme of spectacular circus events in the brand new Battersea Circus Garden, 

WAF Producer Cath Mattos said: “WAF 2018 is set to be our biggest and most inclusive festival yet! We have new pop up and touring venues coming to town for the festival and over 180 events will make all corners of Wandsworth in May so exciting and vibrant. We encourage you to explore our shows and events and take a risk on something new.”

Mayor of Wandsworth Leslie McDonnell said:  “We are delighted that Wandsworth Arts Fringe is back for its ninth year. With events and activities taking place across the borough, WAF reflects the vibrancy of the borough and helps create and cement a sense of community in the area. Wandsworth Council is proud to support WAF”. 

For tge full programme visit www.wandsworthartsfringe.com

For all the latest information, insights and updates follow WAF @WAFfringe #WAF2018 on twitter@wandsworthartsfringe #WAF2018 on Instagram.

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Are programmes for the festival available at the libraries
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23 March 2018